Learn to automate web applications using Selenium WebDriver with Java.
Selenium WebDriver is
the web automation tool of the moment. Selenium WebDriver skills are in demand. And when you understand the Selenium WebDriver usage patterns that this course teaches, then you can increase your ability to write effective automation code.
Learn to use this automation test tool the easy way, with an experienced practitioner, who knows how to use it in the real world.
Alan Richardson has been working with Selenium since 2007, and WebDriver since 2010. Over the years he has helped his staff learn Selenium using the methods in this course: discussing the theory, showing examples, hands on work, then critique and code reviews of worked examples.
In this course you will learn real world techniques associated with the Selenium WebDriver API based on experience of using Selenium WebDriver to automate production web sites.
We have taken the material for a 3 days course and created additional hours of video instruction. It should take you at least an additional 6 hours of self learning to do the exercises. (some students have reported the exercises taking longer, it depends on your experience.)
This course focuses on the information you need to get productive with Selenium WebDriver. We don't spend any time on the Selenium IDE, because you won't use that in a production environment. We don't spend any time on padding covering the architecture of Selenium WebDriver because you can find that information on the Web, and you don't need to know it, to get productive.
Throughout the course we emphasise, and demonstrate, self learning strategies so that you don't just learn the Selenium WebDriver API in depth, you also learn how to discover more on your own.
Before you sign up for the course though, make sure you take advantage of the information we provide for free. Make sure to view our free preview videos from this course below.
Read the glowing testimonials written by previous students so you can understand how the course benefited them: