Are you looking to start working with web UI automated testing? Are you or your team currently working with functional testing for your web apps, but struggling with writing maintainable, valuable tests? Join me June 26th, 27th, and 28th for a three day series “Getting Started with Web Automated Testing” and I’ll lay out a few pointers to help you through the rough spots.
I’ve written a bit about the series on my blog at Telerik, but the gist of the series is this: three days of webinars, each lasting 30 – 45 minutes. Through the series you’ll learn about fundamentals for web testing:
- What a web page’s lifecycle looks like, and how automation frameworks monitor that
- The Document Object Model (DOM)
- Understanding how a test framework interacts with the page
- What element locators are, and how it’s critical to carefully choose them
- Dealing with dynamic content like AJAX
- Good test case design
- Good test suite organization
- Backing APIs
I’ll be using Telerik’s Test Studio to work through most of the examples, but the fundamental points apply regardless of whether you’re using WebDriver, Watir, or another commercial tool.
You can register here for the series!