Here comes today’s icing on the cake: ‘a shortcut to validate if the chosen locator strategy uniquely identifies the web element under test’. [Read more…]
Hiya Testers! Welcome to our final post on Selenium IDE. Shake a leg and list out the features we have learnt so far!
Watch out, you are going to bump into the final post of Selenium IDE series very soon. So time to plan for a better living in the coming future! Let’s do this by taking a quick peek at a couple of the available plugins!
There are a number of plugins available in the official website and you can download from their respective sections on the page, http://docs.seleniumhq.org/download/.
There are features all around you in the Land of Magic Meadows and it is making our lives all the more easier! I agree, we have covered a ton of features already, but there are these special two that I would like to highlight at this point.
Enabling experimental features
In our previous post, we saw how to export test cases to our desired programming language which are otherwise recorded in HTML by default. Imagine you not only wish to export but also like to see the exact code in your desired chosen language in the ‘source’ tab of the test script pane. You might want to explore and experiment a bit for whatever may be the reason.
Did you realize the fact that you are no more a newbie to Selenium now? The best part is, you have come a long way with Selenium IDE and you are very close to touching its borders! So, with the same zeal, let us continue and make sure that in this wonderful journey we don’t leave any stones unturned!
Today, let us get all geeky and find out how to export our automated test code in the programming language we desire to work with. Trust me, you wouldn’t realize how convenient this is until you actually use it. So, what are we waiting for? Let’s get started!