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Browser Automation using JS

Submitted by Anuradha Raman (@anur2020) on Mar 6, 2020

Duration of the session: 35 mins full talk Status: Submitted

Abstract

In this talk, am going to talk on how we can use the JavaScript console, JavaScript, and query selectors, and understanding the application to automate and interact with applications from the browser itself.
The first thing that everyone do when we try to learn how to automate web applications is to install a tool or install some libraries into our programming language and write code to do that. But we can learn to automate web applications from within the browser itself. It’s a model-based execution of an application with no extra tools installed.

Outline

1.How we can use the JavaScript console, JavaScript, and query selectors, and understanding the application to automate and interact with applications from the browser itself.
2.Learn to automate web applications from within the browser itself.
3.Execute JavaScript code, and learn the basic patterns
4.How to use bookmarklets so that we have code in the bookmark
5.How to use the built-in JavaScript IDE for the snippets in Chrome itself

Speaker bio

10+ years of overall experience of testing web based and mobile applications.
Proficient in software development life cycle including test strategy preparation, test plan creation, designing of test cases, test execution and bug tracking.
Developed Frameworks using Java & TestNG for test automation of RESTful APIs, Developed frameworks (Page object model, data driven and Hybrid framework) and maintained automated test scripts using Selenium (Webdriver, IDE), Java and TestNG.
Hands on experience with JS automation frameworks like Mocha and tools like Cypress

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