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Java Basics Refresher for Selenium


•    Features of Java
•    Classes, Objects, Methods, and Constructors
•    Datatypes in Java
•    Types of Variables in Java
•    Basic Operators in Java
•    Control Flow Statements
•    Object-Oriented Programming Concepts
•    Exception Handling Mechanisms


Selenium and its Components


•    Collection Framework (ArrayList, LinkedList, HashSet, and LinkedHashSet)
•    Map Interface in Java
•    Types of Applications (Desktop, Web, Mobile, Hybrid)
•    Software Testing Methods (Manual and Test Automation)
•    Test Automation Types (Unit Testing, API Testing, GUI Testing)
•    Test Automation Frameworks
•    Test Automation Tools
•    Test Automation Process
•    Components of Selenium Suite
•    Types of Testing
•    Selenium vs. Other Testing Tools
•    Integration of Selenium with Other Tools


Selenium WebDriver and Locators


•    Introduction to Selenium WebDriver
•    Evolution of Selenium WebDriver
•    Advantages of Selenium WebDriver
•    Selenium WebDriver Architecture
•    Introduction to Web elements
•    Locating Web elements using various Locators (ID, Name, Class Name, Tag Name, Link Text, Partial Link Text, CSS Selector, and XPath)
•    Introduction to XPath
•    Types of XPath
•    XPath Functions and Customisations


Interacting with Web Elements and Waits in Selenium


•    What are CSS Selectors?
•    Locating Web Elements using CSS Selectors
•    Selenium Commands in WebDriver
•    Interacting with Web Elements
•    Performing Actions on Web Elements
•    Checking the Web Element state
•    Types of Waits in Selenium


TestNG Framework


•    Introduction to TestNG
•    Installing TestNG Plug-in in Eclipse
•    Rules to write TestNG
•    Annotations
•    Grouping
•    Sequencing
•    Parameterization
•    Parallel/Cross Browser Testing
•    Introduction to Reports
•    Types of Reports


Handling Web UI Elements-I


•    What are Alerts?
•    Types of Alerts
•    Alert Interface methods
•    Handling Alerts in Selenium WebDriver
•    What is a Modal Dialog Box?
•    Handling Modal Dialog Box using Selenium WebDriver
•    Handling Multiple Windows and Multiple Tabs using Selenium WebDriver
•    Scrolling on a web page using JavaScriptExecutor
•    Verifying Tooltip using Selenium WebDriver


Handling Web UI Elements-II


•    What is an IFrame?
•    Identifying an IFrame
•    Switching to IFrames using Selenium WebDriver
•    Select Class in Selenium WebDriver
•    Methods under Select Class
•    Handling Dropdowns and Multiple Select Operations using Select Class
•    Actions Class and Action Interface
•    Methods for handling Keyboard and Mouse based interactions
•    Testing Drag and Drop and Mouse Hover functionality using Actions Class


Selenium Grid and Robot Class


•    Introduction to Selenium Grid
•    Selenium Grid Architecture
•    Deploy a Grid
•    Introduction to Robot class
•    Methods under Robot class (KeyPress, Key Release, Mouse Press, Mouse Release, Mouse Move)
•    Implementation of the Robot class
•    Advantages and disadvantages of the Robot class
•    Limitations of the Robot class


Selenium IDE and Page Object Model


•    What is Selenium IDE?
•    Features of Selenium IDE
•    Selenium IDE Interface
•    Selenese in Selenium IDE
•    Why Page Object Model?
•    What is Page Object Model?
•    What is Page Factory?
•    Advantages of POM
•    Implementing POM using Selenium WebDriver
•    Implementing POM with Page Factory


Automation Frameworks-I


•    Introduction to Selenium Frameworks
•    Types of Selenium Frameworks
•    Introduction to Data-Driven Test Framework
•    Advantages and Disadvantages of Data-Driven Test Framework
•    Best practices of Data-Driven Testing
•    Apache POI
•    Data Providers


Automation Frameworks-II


•    Introduction to Keyword-Driven Test Framework
•    Uses of Keyword-Driven Test Framework
•    Keyword-Driven Framework Components
•    Advantages and Limitations of Keyword-Driven Testing
•    Implement Keyword-Driven Framework
•    Introduction to Hybrid Driven Test Framework
•    Advantages and Limitations of Hybrid Test Framework
•    Utilize the Page Object Model with Hybrid Framework
•    Implementing Hybrid Test Framework


BDD Framework with Cucumber


•    Agile Testing
•    Behaviour Driven Development (BDD)
•    Advantages and Limitations of BDD
•    Cucumber Fundamentals
•    Gherkin Syntax in Cucumber
•    Step Definition for Cucumber Feature File
•    Advantages of Cucumber
•    Implementing BDD Framework using Cucumber

Complimentary sessions on communication presentation and leadership skills.

Benefits from the course

Mode of Teaching

Live Interactive

  • Today, most companies prefer using open-source automated testing tools that will enable them to cut down the cost and effort that manual testing involves.
  • Selenium is one such open-source automated testing tool for websites. Performance, execution speed, and browser interaction of Selenium are faster than any other automation tool.
  • The test packages, the modes available for unattended execution and the ability to develop the test script in any language supported by Selenium make it the most popular automation testing tool.
  • In addition, Selenium supports different operating systems along with support for different programming languages such as Python, Pearl, Ruby, PHP, .NET, C# and Java, and various browsers, thereby making Selenium the leading automation testing tool.




  • Core
  • Java
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • XML
  • Self-paced modules  will be provided in the  LMS for Core Java, HTML,CSS and XML


  • Core
  • Java
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • XML
  • Self-paced modules will be provided in the LMS for Core Java, HTML,CSS and XML


Course Duration:

36 Hours

Class Hours:

2 Hours Day time slots or 3 Hours week end Slots (May change)

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