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WebdriverIO – Selenium Webdriver using Node.js & More!

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Product is rated as #9 in category Selenium

** Number 1 rated course for WebdriverIO on Udemy **

** 200+ page e–book of lecture screenshots and notes included to help students revise **

** Course Updated on 10/2019 with 6 hours of brand new up–to–date content! **

This course teaches you the following technologies:

Fundamentals of WebdriverIO using version 4 & 5 –  Note the the core foundations of WebdriverIO remains the same between versions. WebdriverIO in itself is a JavaScript / node.js implementation of the (Selenium 2.0) WebDriver API

What is new in version 5 – a dedicated section to go over the key differences in version 5.

JavaScript – is an object–oriented computer programming language commonly used to create interactive effects within web browsers.

Selenium – is a suite of tools to automate web browsers across many platforms. 

NodeJS – is a run–time environment which includes everything you need to execute a program written in JavaScript. 

Mocha – is a feature–rich JavaScript test framework running on Node.js and in the browser, making asynchronous testing simple and fun.

Chai – is an assertion library that is often used alongside Mocha. It provides functions and methods that help you compare the output of a certain test with its expected value. 

Instructor Details

Hello, My name is Gianni Bruno and I'm an experienced automation test engineer that has helped countless companies adopt automation testing into their enterprise environments. I have also spent countless hours learning the ins and outs of automation test engineering and like to keep up to date with the latest automation trends - something that is important in today's rapidly expanding market. I have been responsible for teaching numerous people/ teams to learn about automation testing. I know what works best so that my students get the very best from my courses. I m also the Founder of: QAUNI and WebdriverUniversity two websites that help teach automation test engineering; which is aimed at beginner level to people that are experienced but would like to refresh skills or be informed of the latest technology trends. Example projects that I have worked on and responsibilities: - Solely responsible for developing a large framework from scratch to test a wide ranges of websites and user journeys; currently in place within the current organisation which I work for and playing a critical role within the current release process. - Developed a small and compact framework to scan 100 s of URL s detecting flaws and exceptions in turn capturing images and generating reports in likelihood exceptions were detected. - Developed a medium sized framework to conduct continuous monitoring using continuous integration (Jenkins); all relevant parties would be notified via a custom designed emails which includes exception images when problems occur such as particular URL s, user journeys etc. not functioning accordingly. - Created a bespoke framework which would read data from external CSV files, this data would then feed into hundreds of automation test cases, comparing values against the system under test and flagging all exceptions and anomalies. - And much more! Finally, thank you for taking some time to read my biography. I wish to welcome you to my courses and hope you learn and enjoy the course contents. Remember knowledge is power and always strive to keep learning!

Specification: WebdriverIO – Selenium Webdriver using Node.js & More!

Duration

17 hours

Year

2019

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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    Dmitry Pakhilov

    Complete course with good material

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    David Guevara

    Solid content, could use a bit more with git integration. The jenkins section on mac was troublesome and skippable.

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    Paul O’Brien

    so far so good. clear instruction.

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    Lpason

    Narazie ok

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    Purushottam Vyas

    so far not much to say

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    Adam Styer

    The second part using WebdriverIO v5 was very repetitive after going through the entirety of the v4 material as he recommended. I appreciated that he talked slowly but there were many points where I wished there was an option to go even faster than 2x speed.

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    John Denver

    Overall I thought this was fantastic. The instructor does a great job explaining the concepts, not to mention he shows you webdriverio v4 and v5 which is handy to get a lot of extra practice in. The only thing I would add is that Jenkins uses a Jenkinsfile to automate builds, and this is what is in common practice with dev and devops teams all over. It’s important to know how to set up build parameters within the Jenkins dashboard, but the Jenkinsfile is probably the one that will be used in a workspace.

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    Alexandros Kalogiros

    With v6 down the road, this course needs to be updated.

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    Jose Buenestado

    This course teaches you Webdriverio with Selenium and Mocha in depth to the point where all the needed tools are acquired for you to adapt to your own requirements and needs.

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