Learn to Build your Automation Framework from Scratch using TestNG and Selenium WebDriver with Page Object Model Design.
This course covers TestNG and Automation Framework Building in detail from basic to advanced levels.
This course highly focuses on TestNG, Java, Maven, Selenium WebDriver, Page Object Model and Page Factory Design.
I believe in example-oriented teaching. So, you won’t find any PPTs during the sessions. But, you will find dozens of real time scenarios used to elaborate TestNG concepts
Feel free to post your questions/feedback in the block provided under each session-video. I will make sure all of your queries are addressed. ‘Course Outline’ below will give you an idea about the depth and the overall coverage of this course. If you want to learn any other TestNG concept – which is not already covered in this course – then feel free to let me know via Udemy messenger.
Creating Automation Framework from Scratch using Page Object Model and WebElements Page Factory
**I will be updating more topics to this outline as per changing trends in technology**
This course is designed for you if you are:
To get the maximum benefit from the course, please take a look at following steps explaining ‘How to take this course?’
Step 1: Schedule 30-45 minutes of your time daily for 5 days a week. ‘Continuity’ is the key.
Step 2: All sessions are divided in small videos of less than 20 minutes. Watch 2-3 videos daily.
Step 3: Hands-on exercise is very important. So, immediately try out the programs discussed in the session. Try them on your won. You can download these programs from lecture resources.
Step 4: Assignments with answer keys are provided where-ever necessary. Complete the assignments before jumping on to the next sessions.
Step 5: If you come across any questions or issues, please feel free to contact me and I will make sure that your queries are resolved.
Wish you all a very happy learning.
Note: All the course videos are in Full HD. For the best video streaming quality, please adjust the resolution from ‘settings’ at bottom right-hand corner of video player. Choose 1080p or 720p as per your network speed.