Welcome back, Warriors! We just saw how to check if a particular data is present in a table’s specific cell with and without using XPath. Time to loop through each element and visualize the power of Selenium WebDriver. Let us go back to our Demo Site and focus on “Books & Authors” table to understand this concept.
Hiya superstars! I know that you are now an expert in handling text boxes and images, but there is more to learn. Let us get hard-core! Let us understand how to handle radio buttons, checkboxes, dropdowns, tables, alerts and much more but we will see one at a time. In this post, we will concentrate on handling radio buttons and checkboxes. At the end, you will be more expressive with WebDriver than you ever thought is possible. [Read more…]
What if you can only automate your tests in one browser using Selenium, i.e. Firefox but your web application supports Chrome and IE as well? This implies that testing is required on all three browsers! If this is the case, then Selenium is as useful as sticking your head in sand.
Oh, don’t panic! Our ruling champ, WebDriver is here for our rescue. And this is our topic for the day. Let’s dive in!
What good is a line-by-line code walk-through, if you can’t execute and see the output? So without any more fuss, let’s run our code!!