Now a days, in most of the applications, we can see a 'Auto Complete' textboxes which will help users to quickly find the option from a pre-populated list of values based on the text that is entered by the user. It mainly concentrates on providing suggestions to users while typing into the field.
Let us now see a basic example. When we enter any text, we can select the value from the pre-populated list by using 'String' or 'Index value'
We will show how to work with context menu by taking a simple example. In the below example, we will first Right click on the element and the select the required option from the list of values. In the example we have also switched to an alert to verify if we have successfully clicked on the required link by using TestNG asserts
We will take an example to double click on element. We will use WebDriver Action Class to perform double click. It is also very important to check the element we have double clicked is performed successfully.
In the below example we have followed the below steps :
Step 1. Navigate to the URL
In this example we will see a very simple Page Object Model example. To explain we have taken Google application and created BasePage, Sign In page and Create Account page.
To know what is page object model framework, Please refer Page Object Model Introduction
Steps to Create a Simple Page Object Model. The structure of the sample project should look like in the screen shot below
We can use WebDriverWait class in many different cases. When ever we need to perform any operation on element, we can use webdriver wait to check if the element is Present or visible or enabled or disabled or Clickable etc.
We will look into different examples for all the above scenarios:
We have taken example program to perform drag and drop. In the below example, as the DragAndDrop divs are in a Frame, First we need to switch to the frame before performing drag and drop. And then we also need to check for the availability of SourceElement and DestinationElements.
Syntax for drag and drop
Actions action = new Actions(driver);
We can also make it as below:
(new Actions(driver)).dragAndDrop(element, target).perform();
We have seen working with checkboxes with different examples to select and de-select the checkboxes using selenium webdriver Select class Now in this tutorial we will working with multiple checkboxes.
There are cases were we need to select multiple checkboxes or de-select multiple checkboxes. Below is the sample code to work with multiple checkboxes.
In order to perform a 'mouse hover' action, we need to take the help of Selenium Actions class. Which we have seen earlier Mouse Hover with Actions class