Selenium WebDriver is the web automation tool of the moment, and its skills are in demand. When you understand Selenium WebDriver usage patterns, you can increase your ability to write efficient automation code.
In this course, you will learn via real world techniques associated with the Selenium WebDriver API, based on the experience of using Selenium WebDriver to automate production websites. This course focuses on the information you need to get productive with Selenium WebDriver. It does not cover Selenium IDE because you won't use that in a production environment. The course emphasizes and demonstrates 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.
About the Course Instructor
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.
About the Course
We have taken three days of course material and created complete video instruction. Learn from an additional six hours of self-learning exercises. Before you sign up for the course, make sure you take advantage of supplementary information provide for free. In addition to the lectures and exercises, there is also over 200 slides to aid your self-study and 4,500 lines of code to study (calculated using Metrics Reloaded). Your work will be support as you go through the course, and if you need any additional explanation or have a question, you can ask in the comments section. We will answer, and even create new videos showing the answers and them add them to the course.
When you are ready to learn Selenium WebDriver in depth, then sign up and let our online video training help you.
Alan Richardson has over twenty years of professional IT experience: as a programmer, tester and test manager. Author of 3 books and several online training courses to help people learn Java, Technical Web Testing and Selenium WebDriver. He works as an independent consultant, helping companies improve their use of automation, agile, and exploratory technical testing. Alan posts his writing and training videos on SeleniumSimplified.com, EvilTester.com, JavaForTesters.com, and CompendiumDev.co.uk.