Live projects are important for automation testing training because they give you the chance to try out real-world scenarios.
Experience with real projects is very helpful for automation testers. It helps them to apply their skills and knowledge in a meaningful way.
Proper guidance, mentorship, and supervision are essential when incorporating live projects into automation testing training to ensure that trainees are on the right track. The projects should be structured to gradually increase in complexity, starting with the fundamental ideas and progressing to more advanced ones. This gradual approach helps trainees establish a solid foundation while also challenging them to improve their skills.
So we have designed the Selenium Real-time Live Project Tutorials series with this gradual approach.
Note: You will use Java language to test the E-learning project using the framework.
Let’s jump to our first tutorial without any delay. During the first tutorial of the Selenium Real-time Live Project Tutorials series, you will learn the following stuff and practice simultaneously:
1. Create Maven Project in Eclipse:
Before working on a live project, you have to set up the Maven project in Eclipse. Check out how to create a Maven project in Eclipse:
2. Add dependencies in the Maven Project:
In this chapter, you will try to configure pom.xml file. The POM is a short form for Project Object Model. The pom.xml file contains details regarding the project and configuration parameters required for the maven to construct the project, including but not limited to dependencies, build directory, source directory, test source directory, plugin, goals, and other pertinent information.
3. Add Selenium Dependency in Maven Project:
In this chapter, you will add Selenium webdriver libraries to the Maven project, which will be used to invoke the Selenium functionality.
4. Add TestNG Dependency in the Maven Project:
In this chapter, you will add the TestNG library to the Maven project to perform test cases, assertions etc.
5. Add JUnit Dependency in Maven Project:
6. Add Apache POI Dependency in Maven Project:
Apache POI dependency will be used to read the Excel file in a data-driven testing framework.
7. Add Extent Reports Dependency in Maven:
The report dependency will be utilized to generate reports subsequent to the completion of the execution of test cases.
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