Ever want to learn how easy it is to set up a selenium browser testing via AWS device farm via browser. You have to have an AWS account, setup AWS device farm, set up a maven project in eclipse, by downloading the amazon sdk + selenium. Here is how: Create a project in AWS device Farm Then copy the arn: and store it somewhere: you need this arn in your eclipse project later in the tutorial
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.
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.
Selenium is an open source tool which is used for automating the tests carried out on web browsers (Web applications are tested using any web browser). You can use multiple programming languages like Java, C#, Python etc to create Selenium Test Scripts. Testing done using the Selenium tool is usually referred to as Selenium Testing. We have set up a table of contents in which you can learn interactively selenium via our tutorials.