Learn how to develop robust and valuable automated UI checks in Java
- Richard Bradshaw
The User Interface of a product can sometimes be viewed as the tip of the iceberg for a product. But there is still complexity that is important to check for, requiring tools to interact with a User interface. In this course, we’ll look at how we can drive User Interfaces with Java tools and libraries to create successful UI automation. During this course we’ll look at:
How to get up and running with Selenium-WebDriver
How to build basic UI checks
How to expand our checks to make them more robust with proper waiting and useful abstraction
So join us as we learn how to use Java to drive our UI automation.
This course is part of the Automation in Testing Pathway.
Richard Bradshaw is an experienced tester, consultant and generally a friendly guy. He shares his passion for testing through consulting, training and giving presentation on a variety of topics related to testing. He is a fan of automation that supports testing. With over 10 years testing experience, he has a lot of insights into the world of testing and software development. Richard is a very active member of the testing community, and is currently the FriendlyBoss at The Ministry of Testing. Richard blogs at thefriendlytester.co.uk and tweets as @FriendlyTester. He is also the creator of the YouTube channel, Whiteboard Testing.
By the end of this course, you'll be able to:
Setup an automated UI checking framework with tools such as JUnit and Selenium-WebDriver
Build your own automated UI checks
This course requires a foundational level of knowledge in how Java works. You can learn this from the Automation in Testing - Introduction to Java course.