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Introduction1:09 with Jay McGavren
Being able to manually run Selenium Webdriver scripts and observing their output is useful sometimes. But as your development team keeps adding new features, re-running and watching all the old tests isn't going to be practical for long. For this reason, many teams combine Selenium Webdriver with a testing framework, so that the tests can be run automatically, and any failures reported in an easy-to-read format. In this course, we'll show you how to do that.
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[MUSIC] Hi, I'm Jay McGavren and
I'm here to show you even more about testing
your web apps with Selenium WebDriver.
Being able to manually run Selenium WebDriver scripts and
observing their output is useful sometimes.
But as your development team keeps adding new features, re-running and
watching all those old tests isn't going to be practical for long.
For this reason, many teams combine Selenium WebDriver with
a testing framework so that the test can be run automatically and
any failures reported in an easy to read format.
In this course, we'll show you how to do that.
We'll also show you how to avoid your test failing due to elements that
aren't present on the page yet and how to scroll the page or
interact with elements like checkboxes and radio buttons.
We're assuming that particular versions of Selenium WebDriver as well as drivers for
your particular web browsers are installed on your machine.
See the teacher's notes and be sure you follow the directions there exactly or
you may run into trouble following along.
Be sure to check the teacher's notes if you encounter an error or two.
The solution may be listed there.
Let's get started.
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