Selenium WebDriver With Java - Novice To Ninja + Interview |Simpliv

Selenium WebDriver With Java - Novice To Ninja + Interview |Simpliv

Selenium WebDriver With Java - Novice To Ninja + Interview

Description
Course latest updated on September 27, 2018 with Selenium WebDriver latest version, updated TestNG lectures and new Java lectures and Java interview questions, Selenium WebDriver Exceptions Next Update: More Java and Framework lectures

Includes: 280+ lectures (Basics to Framework) with real time websites + life time support (Also best support you have ever received, On Demand Skype and Team Viewer sessions)

No false promises, straight point to point explanation with simple and easy to understand examples

Join the group of more than 21,000 students already taking advantage of this course with positive feedback

This course includes a wide range of topics from Selenium WebDriver Basics and Advanced, Java Concepts, TestNG Framework, Automation Framework Design (Page Objects, Page Factory, Data Driven, Reading Excel Files), Logging with Log4j, Best reporting tool - Advanced Reporting, Cross-Browser Testing with Selenium Grid 2.0, Maven Build Management, Continuous Integration with Jenkins, Git integration with Jenkins, Database Testing, Performance Testing, Behavior Driven Testing Using Cucumber, Sauce Labs Integration, Interview Preparation. All materials including code files.

One stop place to become an Expert in Web Automation Framework related technologies from scratch

We start from Beginners level and go through Advance level. This is a single course for everything you need to know related to Web UI Automation.

We assume that students have no experience in automation/coding and start every topic from scratch and basics.

Examples are taken from TESTING REAL TIME HOSTED WEB APPLICATIONS to understand how different components can be automated, that will give you idea of industry level framework and give you confidence.

NO PRIOR CODING OR AUTOMATION EXPERIENCE NEEDED, this course covers all the necessary topics.

Get more than 41 hours of unique content with real example code files provided to refer and learn with examples.

Get awesome Support, on demand desktop session on Team Viewer and Skype.

Are you looking to step into automation industry with the latest technologies in market?

Are you keen to learn GUI automation using selenium webdriver with java and other latest framework technologies?

Interested in learning how selenium is used in projects?

We start with how to code in Java and then move towards learning selenium, TestNG, selenium grid, log4j, maven, jenkins, database testing, performance testing, behavior driven testing using cucumber and gherkin language.

Topics Include:

Selenium Webdriver 3.x
Java Concepts in details
TestNG Framework
Advanced Reporting
Logging infrastructure with Log4j
Page Object Model
Page Factory Framework
Data Driven Framework
Executing tests on a remote machine using Selenium Grid 2.0
Build Management with Maven
Continuous Integration with Jenkins
Database Testing
Performance Testing
Behavior Driven Testing Using Cucumber and Gherkin language
Who is the target audience?

Quality Assurance professionals and Manual testers looking to start career on test automation
Quality Assurance Automation professionals to intensify their current test automation skill sets
Fresh Graduates who want to make a dream career in software engineering
Quality Assurance Team leads and Managers
Basic knowledge
NO AUTOMATION / CODING EXPERIENCE NEEDED, beginners will be easily able to follow this course
Java concepts are covered in the course, no experience needed
CODE FILES / ALL MATERIAL FOR EVERY LECTURE AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD
Browsers (Firefox or Chrome)
Windows/MAC computer
Java SDK, Eclipse, Firefox, Chrome, TestNG, Selenium IDE, Selenium webdriver. All the required installation are ALREADY COVERED in the lectures and documentation has been uploaded to the course
What will you learn
At the end of this course, you will have detailed understanding of Web Automation Frameworks
You will be able to EXPLAIN, DESIGN and IMPLEMENT structured AUTOMATION FRAMEWORKS using Page Object/Factory Model
In-depth understanding of Selenium WebDriver CHALLENGES with real time examples
You will be able to implement CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION TESTING using JENKINS
We have 10 dedicated INSTRUCTORS to help you with queries within 24 HOURS, resume preparation, Interview questions
You will be able to perform CROSS-BROWSER testing using SELENIUM GRID
You will be able to create GREAT LOOKING REPORTS using the best advanced REPORTING TOOL
You will have complete understanding of TestNG Framework
You will have excellent command on Build Management using MAVEN
You should be able to lead any Selenium Automation Project from scratch on your own
You will have understanding of Behavior Driven Testing Using CUCUMBER, Gherkin language
You will be able to understand and write efficient testing code
You will have required skills to automate any web application
You should be able to verify Data Integrity with the GUI of the application
Additional Knowledge of running Performance tests with Selenium WebDriver Automation
With all this knowledge gained, you should be easily able to clear Selenium Automation interviews
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Selenium WebDriver With Python 3.x - Novice To Ninja

Selenium WebDriver With Python 3.x - Novice To Ninja

Selenium WebDriver With Python 3.x - Novice To Ninja

Description
Best Selenium WebDriver With Python Programming Language Course - Complete Framework Implementation From Scratch

This course includes a wide range of topics from Selenium WebDriver Basics and Advanced, Python Programming Concepts, Unittest And Pytest Framework, Automation Framework Design (Page Objects, Data Driven, Reading CSV Files), Logging Infrastructure, Cross-Browser Testing, Interview Preparation. All materials including code files.

You achieve two targets with one single course

Complete Python Programming Language
Selenium WebDriver Automation
Why Python Programming Language?

Python Programming Language is the fastest growing programming language within both the fields, development and testing. QA industry is rapidly progressing to move on with Python Programming Language for all the automation needs because of the flexibility it offers.

One stop place to become an Expert in Web Automation Framework related technologies from scratch

We start from Beginners level and go through Advance level. This is a single course for everything you need to know related to Web UI Automation.

To read more:

Selenium WebDriver Tutorial - Selenium Tutorial For Beginner

Selenium WebDriver Tutorial - Selenium Tutorial For Beginner

This "Selenium WebDriver Tutorial - Selenium Tutorial For Beginner" talks about the drawbacks of Selenium RC and what was the need for Selenium WebDriver. This tutorial will also tell you how WebDriver works and what are the different browser drivers you can use for testing. Learn how to locate various elements/ objects on the browser and how operations can be performed on those browser elements/ objects by writing Java code in Eclipse IDE.

This Selenium WebDriver tutorial talks about the drawbacks of Selenium RC and what was the need for Selenium WebDriver. It goes into the details of the advantages that WebDriver has over RC and how it replaced RC for automation testing. This tutorial will also tell you how WebDriver works and what are the different browser drivers you can use for testing. Watch the entire video to get a demonstration on how to locate various elements/ objects on the browser and how operations can be performed on those browser elements/ objects by writing Java code in Eclipse IDE.

Go through the slides in Slideshare: https://www.slideshare.net/EdurekaIN/selenium-webdriver-tutorial-for-beginners-what-is-selenium-webdriver-selenium-tutorial-edureka

50+ Java Interview Questions for Programmers

50+ Java Interview Questions for Programmers

This article contains more than 50 Java Interview questions covering all important topics like core Java fundamentals, Java Collection Framework, Java Multithreading and Concurrency, Java IO, JDBC, JVM Internals, Coding Problems, Object-Oriented programming, etc.

This article contains more than 50 Java Interview questions covering all important topics like core Java fundamentals, Java Collection Framework, Java Multithreading and Concurrency, Java IO, JDBC, JVM Internals, Coding Problems, Object-Oriented programming, etc.

Are you ready for your next Java interview?

Hello, guys! Recently, I have been sharing a lot of Java Interview questions and discussion individually, and many of my readers requested to bring them together so that they can have them in the same page and prepare better and this post is the result of that.

This article contains more than 50 Java Interview questions covering all important topics like core Java fundamentals, Java Collection Framework, Java Multithreading and Concurrency, Java IO, JDBC, JVM Internals, Coding ProblemsObject-Oriented programming, etc.

The questions are also picked up from various interviews and they are, by no means, very difficult, and you might have seen them already in your telephonic or face-to-face round of interview.

The questions are also very good to revise important topics like multithreading and collections as I have also shared some useful resources for further learning and improvement like The Complete Java MasterClass to brush up and fill gaps in your Java skills.

So what are we waiting for here is the list of some of the frequently asked Java questions from interviews from both beginner and experienced Java developer of 2 to 5 years experience:

Java Interview Questions and Answers
  1. How Java achieves platform independence? (answer)
  2. hint: bytecode and Java Virtual Machine
  3. What is **ClassLoader** in Java? (answer)
  4. hint: part of JVM that loads bytecodes for classes. You can write your own.
  5. Write a Java program to check if a number is Even or Odd? (answer)
  6. hint: you can use bitwise operator, e.g. bitwise AND &, remember, even the number has zero at the end in binary format and an odd number has 1 in the end.
  7. Difference between **ArrayList** and **HashSet** in Java? (answer)
  8. hint: all differences between List and Set are applicable here, e.g. ordering, duplicates, random search, etc.
  9. What is double checked locking in Singleton? (answer)
  10. hint: two-time check whether instances is initialized or not, first without locking and second with locking.

6) How do you create thread-safe Singleton in Java? (answer)

hint: many ways, e.g. using Enum or by using double-checked locking pattern or using a nested static class.

7) When to use volatile variable in Java? (answer)

hint: when you need to instruct the JVM that a variable can be modified by multiple threads and give hint to JVM that does not cache its value.

8) When to use a transient variable in Java? (answer)

hint: when you want to make a variable non-serializable in a class, which implements the Serializable interface. In other words, you can use it for a variable whose value you don’t want to save. See The Complete Java MasterClass to learn about transient variables in Java.

9) Difference between the transient and volatile variable in Java? (answer)

hint: totally different, one used in the context of serialization while the other is used in concurrency.

10) Difference between Serializable and Externalizable in Java? (answer)

hint: Externalizable gives you more control over the Serialization process.

11) Can we override the private method in Java? (answer)

hint: No, because it’s not visible in the subclass, a primary requirement for overriding a method in Java.

12) Difference between **Hashtable** and **HashMap** in Java? (answer)

hint: several but most important is Hashtable, which is synchronized, while HashMap is not. It’s also legacy and slow as compared to HashMap.

13) Difference between **List**and **Set**in Java? (answer)

hint: List is ordered and allows duplicate. Set is unordered and doesn’t allow duplicate elements.

14) Difference between **ArrayList** and **Vector** in Java (answer)

hint: Many, but most important is that ArrayList is non-synchronized and fast while Vector is synchronized and slow. It’s also legacy class like Hashtable.

15) Difference between **Hashtable** and **ConcurrentHashMap** in Java? (answer)

hint: more scalable

16) How does **ConcurrentHashMap** achieve scalability? (answer)

hint: by dividing the map into segments and only locking during the write operation.

17) Which two methods you will override for an **Object** to be used as **Key** in **HashMap**? (answer)

hint: equals and hashcode

18) Difference between wait and sleep in Java? (answer)

hint: The wait() method releases the lock or monitor, while sleep doesn’t.

19) Difference between **notify** and **notifyAll** in Java? (answer)

hint: notify notifies one random thread is waiting for that lock while notifyAll inform to all threads waiting for a monitor. If you are certain that only one thread is waiting then use notify, or else notifyAll is better. See Threading Essentials Mini-Course by Java Champion Heinz Kabutz to learn more about threading basics.

20) Why you override hashcode, along with **equals()** in Java? (answer)

hint: to be compliant with equals and hashcode contract, which is required if you are planning to store your object into collection classes, e.g. HashMap or ArrayList.

21) What is the load factor of **HashMap** means? (answer)

hint: The threshold that triggers the re-sizing of HashMap is generally 0.75, which means HashMap resize itself if it’s 75 percent full.

22) Difference between **ArrayList** and **LinkedList** in Java? (answer)

hint: same as an array and linked list, one allows random search while other doesn’t. Insertion and deletion easy on the linked list but a search is easy on an array. See Java Fundamentals: Collections Richard Warburton course on Pluralsight to learn more about essential Collection data structure in Java.

23) Difference between **CountDownLatch** and **CyclicBarrier** in Java? (answer)

hint: You can reuse CyclicBarrier after the barrier is broken but you cannot reuse CountDownLatch  after the count reaches to zero.

24) When do you use **Runnable** vs **Thread** in Java? (answer)

hint: always

25) What is the meaning of Enum being type-safe in Java? (answer)

hint: It means you cannot assign an instance of different Enum type to an Enum variable. e.g. if you have a variable like DayOfWeek day then you cannot assign it value from DayOfMonth enum.

26) How does Autoboxing of Integer work in Java? (answer)

hint: using valueOf() method

27) Difference between **PATH** and **Classpath** in Java? (answer)

hint: PATH is used by the operating system while Classpath is used by JVM to locate Java binary, e.g. JAR files or Class files. See Java Fundamentals: The Core Platform to learn more about PATHClasspath, and other Java environment variable.

28) Difference between method overloading and overriding in Java? (answer)

hint: Overriding happens at subclass while overloading happens in the same class. Also, overriding is a runtime activity while overloading is resolved at compile time.

29) How do you prevent a class from being sub-classed in Java? (answer)

hint: just make its constructor private

30) How do you restrict your class from being used by your client? (answer)

hint: make the constructor private or throw an exception from the constructor

31) Difference between **StringBuilder** and **StringBuffer** in Java? (answer)

hint: StringBuilder is not synchronized while StringBuffer is synchronized.

32) Difference between Polymorphism and Inheritance in Java? (answer)

hint: Inheritance allows code reuse and builds the relationship between class, which is required by Polymorphism, which provides dynamic behavior. See Java Fundamentals: Object-Oriented Design to learn more about OOP features.

33) Can we override static method in Java? (answer)

hint: No, because overriding resolves at runtime while static method call is resolved at compile time.

34) Can we access the private method in Java? (answer)

hint: yes, in the same class but not outside the class

35) Difference between interface and abstract class in Java? (answer)

hint: from Java 8, the difference is blurred. However, a Java class can still implement multiple interfaces but can only extend one class.

36) Difference between DOM and SAX parser in Java? (answer)

hint: DOM loads whole XML File in memory while SAX doesn’t. It is an event-based parser and can be used to parse a large file, but DOM is fast and should be preferred for small files.

37) Difference between throw and throws keyword in Java? (answer)

hint: throws declare what exception a method can throw in case of error but throw keyword actually throws an exception. See Java Fundamentals: Exception Handling to learn more about Exception handling in Java.

38) Difference between fail-safe and fail-fast iterators in Java? (answer)

hint: fail-safe doesn’t throw ConcurrentModificationException while fail-fast does whenever they detect an outside change on the underlying collection while iterating over it.

39) Difference between Iterator and Enumeration in Java? (answer)

hint: Iterator also gives you the ability to remove an element while iterating while Enumeration doesn’t allow that.

40) What is **IdentityHashMap** in Java? (answer)

hint: A Map, which uses the == equality operator to check equality instead of the equals() method.

41) What is **String** pool in Java? (answer)

hint: A pool of String literals. Remember it’s moved to heap from perm gen space in JDK 7.

42) Can a **Serializable** class contain a non-serializable field in Java? (answer)

hint: Yes, but you need to make it either static or transient.

43) Difference between this and super in Java? (answer)

hint: this refers to the current instance while super refers to an instance of the superclass.

44) Difference between **Comparator** and **Comparable** in Java? (answer)

hint: Comparator defines custom ordering while Comparable defines the natural order of objects, e.g. the alphabetic order for String. See The Complete Java MasterClass to learn more about sorting in Java.

45) Difference between **java.util.Date** and **java.sql.Date** in Java? (answer)

hint: former contains both date and time while later contains only date part.

46) Why wait and notify method are declared in **Object** class in Java? (answer)

hint: because they require lock which is only available to an object.

47) Why Java doesn’t support multiple inheritances? (answer)

hint: It doesn’t support because of bad experience with C++, but with Java 8, it does in some sense — only multiple inheritances of Type are not supported in Java now.

48) Difference between checked and unchecked Exception in Java? (answer)

hint: In case of checked, you must handle exception using catch block, while in case of unchecked, it’s up to you; compile will not bother you.

49) Difference between Error and Exception in Java? (answer)

hint: I am tired of typing please check the answer

50) Difference between race condition and deadlock in Java? (answer)

hint: both are errors that occur in a concurrent application, one occurs because of thread scheduling while others occur because of poor coding.