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Keyboard Mouse Events, Uploading Files – Selenium Webdriver

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In this tutorial, we are going to learn about handling keyboard and mouse events using Webdriver. After this, we will deal with file uploads.

Handling Keyboard & Mouse Events using Webdriver:

Keyboard and mouse events are handled using the Advanced User Interactions API. It contains the Action classes which helps in handling execution of these events. Mouse events includes events like mouseover, mouseout, mouse move, mouse out, mouse hover, mouse

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Introduction To WebDriver And Its Comparison With Selenium RC - [Learn Selenium Basics]

In the past chapters, we learnt about “How To Enhance A Script Using Selenium IDE?” and created simple tests using it. In today’s chapter, we are going to learn about Selenium WebDriver which is an advance tool and a mechanism to create more powerful test scripts than Selenium IDE.

 

Selenium WebDriver:

It is web automation testing framework that assists to execute tests across various web browsers. Thus, it is more flexible and powerful framework to write web testing automation

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Learn Selenium Series - How To Enhance A Script Using Selenium IDE

In previous class we leaned about How to use Locators in Selenium IDE. In this chapter, we are going to discuss about the commands that will make our automation script more robust, intelligent and complete.

Verification of an Element Presence: Following are the two commands in Selenium IDE that are used for the presence of a GUI element on a web page. verifyElementPresent: This command returns value as TRUE if the specified element was FOUND in the web page. It

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Learn Selenium Series - How to use Locators in Selenium IDE

In this chapter, we are going to learn about locators in Selenium IDE and their use in Selenium IDE scripts. Any dynamic website has various GUI elements such as Text Boxes, Radio Buttons, Text areas, Buttons, Check Boxes, etc. Selenium IDE has locators which are used to locate GUI elements on a website under test. It is important to identify the correct GUI element for the automation script to test in right direction. Sometimes while testing with other tools, we

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