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4. Find Element Vs. FindElements in Selenium

Introduction Selenium has two methods to get elements from a webpage. Those two methods are findElement & findElements. We can use id, name, class name, tag name, and XPath as inputs to those two methods when retrieving elements. First, let’s see the difference between the two methods findElements Returns all the elements found on for the given parameter. Returns null if there are no elements found for the given parameter.

3. First Selenium Webdriver: JavaScript Code Example (with screenshots)

Introduction In this article, we will illustrate how to use the Selenium WebDriver using JavaScript programming with the Chrome web browser. We will also demonstrate how to extract the title of the Google website and compare it with a random character string. Prerequisites We hope that your installation of NodeJS and Selenium WebDriver went well. Let’s Start to Code! Open your favourite text editor to do the coding. You can use any text editor such as Notepad++ or Visual Studio code.

2. First Selenium Webdriver Script: JAVA Code Example (with screenshots)

Introduction In this article, we will illustrate how to use the Selenium WebDriver script using Java programming in the Chrome web browser. Furthermore, we will extract the title of the Google website using Selenium WebDriver and compare it with a random string. Download Selenium Driver First, we will download the Selenium Driver for the Google Chrome web browser. Here you can download the latest version, which is currently ChromeDriver 81.0.4044.69 – zip file.

1. Download & Install Selenium WebDriver (with Screenshots)

Download & Install Selenium WebDriver (with Screenshots) Selenium WebDriver is an automated tool that you can use for web application testing. The Selenium WebDriver library is supported by programming languages such as Java, Python, C# and so on. This article will demonstrate how to download & install Selenium WebDriver for Java & JavaScript. Download & Install Selenium WebDriver for Java To connect Selenium WebDriver in Java, you have to follow the three steps below.

Appium: Setup Android Environment Variables Part 2

Prerequisite: In order to setup environment variables you should have installed ANDROID SDK (Studio) (see link)  Windows setup  Find the folder location where you installed Android SDK In the first step we will try to find the folder path where we have installed Android SDK – The default folder location where Android SDK is installed is – C:\\Users\\#####\\AppData\\Local\\Android\\sdk. Please open this folder path and see if you have Android SDK folder in there with contents as shown below.

Appium Automated Testing Setup Part 1

Appium Mobile testing  Appium is an open source mobile application UI Automated Testing framework. Appium allows native, hybrid and web It offers cross-platform application testing, i.e. single API works for both Android and iOS platform test scripts. It has NO dependency on Mobile device OS. Appium uses a framework or wrapper that will translate Selenium Webdriver commands into UIAutomation (iOS) or UIAutomator (Android) commands depending on the device type.

DataDriven automated testing with GoogleSheets

TestData cloud integration with googlesheets and java with google service accounts In one of my projects I created an datadriven integration between Katalon studio (with custom functions) and the google apis on a team drive. I rewritten it in java eclipse and will also make a sample in nodejs.First start by creating a service account at the Google Developer Console:(Note: we created this example project only for educational purposes: this project I already removed from my domain and cannot be used)