Test Automation with Python: 6 Elements and Selectors

Test Automation with Python: 6 Elements and Selectors

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 1h 56m | 244 MB

Used correctly, Appium and Selenium can be a powerful force for testing web and mobile apps. This course is part of a series from HeadSpin University that walks you through fundamental concepts of software testing, programming, and ultimately UI automation with Appium and Selenium. This course explains how to work with elements and selectors. It begins with how you can start a session and find the web elements that you want to interact with. The course shows you how you can use the browser’s developer tools to determine element selectors and offers useful advice on waiting for and interacting with web elements. Not every interaction you would want to automate involves an element, though. The course concludes with a discussion of some non-element interactions.

Table of Contents

Working with Elements and Selectors
1 The internet website
2 Sessions
3 Finding web elements
4 Determining element selectors
5 Waiting for elements
6 Interacting with web elements
7 Non-element interaction