Selenium Tutorials

If you are a beginner, please Proceed here to start from the beginning.

Selenium Grid Hub and Node configuration using JSON

Selenium Grid is used to speed up the execution by using multiple machines (multiple browsers with different versions, and browsers running on different operating systems) and run tests in parallel. And also to reduce the time spent for running the test suite after developers check-in their code.

Working with Shadow DOM Elements using Webdriver

When we try to find Shadow DOM elements using selenium locators, it will throw 'NoSuchElementException'. To access these Shadow DOM elements, we need to use JavascriptExecutor executeScript() function. If you look at the DOM structure, every element that has ShadowDOM also has a shadowRoot property which describes the underlying elements.

Selenium 3 - Launch Edge browser using Microsoft Edge Driver

In the previous article, we have seen launching Firefox browser with Gecko driver using Selenium 3. Now let us try to launch Microsoft Edge browse using Selenium 3.

Before proceeding, to start using Webdriver with Microsoft Edge browser, make sure you have Windows 10 on your machine and download the specified Microsoft WebDriver server version for your build.

Selenium 3 - Launching firefox browser using Geckodriver

The first example that we will look into is launching firefox using the Geckodriver. When using Selenium 3 , you have to download geckodriver. Just like the other drivers available to Selenium, Mozilla has released geckodriver executable that will run alongside the browser.

You can download the latest executable on the GitHub page. Now you need to specify the system property with the path

Execute webdriver tests in Parallel using selenium Grid

In previous article we have seen configuring selenium grid and execute a simple test on firefox browser. In this tutorial we will see 'Parallel execution of tests' using selenium grid and execute tests on firefox and chrome browser.

We will register multiple nodes to the Hub and execute tests in parallel. In the below example we will register a node in the same local machine where hub is running and other node in remote machine.