Selenium WebDriver with Java








Learn Selenium WebDriver and its various features in this comprehensive course. Install WebDriver, interact with websites, find elements, handle popups, and more. Integrate with TestNG, use Page Object Model, and control timing. Take screenshots, customize browsers, run headless tests, and navigate multiple tabs. Also, learn JavaScript for custom actions. Examples and exercises included. Start your free Java programming course now.

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If you’re interested in learning about Selenium WebDriver in other programming languages, we do have other courses on Test Automation University that cover these.

In this course, we’ll learn:

How to install Selenium WebDriver and the other dependencies needed

How to use the WebDriver API to launch and interact with websites

Various techniques to find elements such as buttons, links, text, dropdowns, and more within a web application

WebDriver API calls to interact with those elements such as clicking, entering and reading text, selecting options, handling popups and alerts, uploading files, working with iframes, and more

Advanced interactions, such as hovering and sending alternative keys like tab, as well as symbols

How to integrate the WebDriver API with a test assertion library, such as TestNG

How to organize our test code using the Page Object Model

Various wait strategies to control the timing of our scripts and avoid flaky tests

How to take screenshots during test executions

How to have our code listen for specific WebDriver events and perform additional actions, like logging our test activity

How to customize the browser used in test execution

How to run headless tests

Advanced topics like navigating multiple open tabs within a browser, as well as cookie management

And for anything we can’t do with the core WebDriver API methods, we’ll learn how to write custom actions using JavaScript

We have a lot to cover in this course, and I’ll not only show you how to use the WebDriver API, but I’ll also use examples to explain why certain calls are needed, and when they should be used.

I’ve also included optional independent exercises that you can try on your own to further lock in what you’re learning.

Let’s begin.

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