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1). Introduction

  • Introducing Selenium
  • Brief History of The Selenium Project
  • Selenium’s Tool Suite
  • Choosing Your Selenium Tool
  • Supported Browsers and Platforms
  • Test Automation for Web Applications
  • To Automate or Not to Automate?
  • Flexibility and Extensibility
  • What’s in this Book?
  • The Documentation Team–Authors Past and Present

2). Selenium-IDE 

  • Introduction
  • Installing the IDE
  • Opening the IDE
  • IDE Features
  • Building Test Cases
  • Running Test Cases
  • Using Base URL to Run Test Cases in Different Domains
  • Selenium Commands
  • Script Syntax
  • Test Suites
  • Commonly Used Selenium Commands
  • Verifying Page Elements
  • Assertion or Verification?
  • Locating Elements
  • Matching Text Patterns
  • The “AndWait” Commands
  • The waitFor Commands in AJAX applications
  • Sequence of Evaluation and Flow Control
  • Store Commands and Selenium Variables
  • JavaScript and Selenium Parameters
  • echo – The Selenium Print Command
  • Alerts, Popup, and Multiple Windows
  • Debugging
  • Writing a Test Suite
  • User Extensions
  • Format
  • Executing Selenium-IDE Tests on Different Browsers
  • Troubleshooting

3). Selenium 2.0 andWebDriver 

  • Selenium 2.0 Features
  • The Selenium Server
  • Setting Up a Selenium-Web Driver Project
  • Migrating from Selenium 1.0
  • Getting Started With Selenium-Web Driver
  • Introducing Web Driver’s Drivers
  • Commands and Operation
  • Driver Specifics and Tradeoffs
  • Web Driver-Backed Selenium-RC
  • Selenium Web Driver Wiki
  • Next Steps

4). Selenium RC 

  • Introduction
  • How Selenium RC Works
  • Installation
  • From Selenium to a Program
  • Programming Your Test
  • Learning the API
  • 6.7 Reporting Results
  • 6.8 Adding Some Spice to Your Tests
  • 6.9 Server Options
  • 6.10 Specifying the Path to a Specific Browser
  • 6.11 Selenium RC Architecture
  • 6.12 Handling HTTPS and Security Popup
  • 6.13 Supporting Additional Browsers and Browser Configurations
  • 6.14 Troubleshooting Common Problems

5). Validation 

  • Selenium-Grid

6). User-Extensions 

  • Introduction
  • Accessors/Assertions
  • Actions
  • Locator Strategies Using User-Extensions With Selenium-IDE
  • Using User-Extensions With Selenium RC

7). Selenium 1.0 Java Client Driver Configuration 7

  • Configuring Selenium-RC With Eclipse
8). Locating Techniques 
  • Useful XPATH patterns
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