Check out this tutorial that contains a list of 16 Selenium Webdriver coding exercises that will help you ace ๐Ÿš€ your Java interview.

1. Locate Web Elements

Learn how to find the elements and locate their state, take action and record the results.

  • 1-7 Steps of Selenium Script Quiz
  • Locators in Code Exercise
  • Inspection Quiz
  • Locators in Code Exercise Answer
  • Locating Web Elements Exam
  • Locating Web Elements Exam Answer

2. WebDriver Methods

Try and take these exercises to test your skills learned. Each test has separate requirements which are being provided in the lecture.

  • Action Quiz
  • Action Quiz Answer
  • Coding Exercises for โ€‹โ€‹Methods

3. Page Objects

Learn which page objects are good or bad based on relevant page classes, components, and properties.

  • Page Objects Quiz
  • Page Objects Exercise
  • Page Objects Exercise Answer

4. Automation Best Practices

Check out a diagram on how common web applications behave and decide and validate wherein the automation pyramid will you be performing test cases.

  • Automation Pyramid Exercises

5. 45 Minute Production Level Framework

  • ATDA Quiz
  • ATDA Quiz Answer Pt 1
  • ATDA Quiz Answer P2
  • ATDA Quiz Answer P3
  • Add Inventory Component Quiz
  • Cleaning Up Code Quiz

6. Parallelization

  • Parallelization Exercise
  • Refactoring Exercise

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83% speed improvement in test suite! We started with 150 tests running in 1 hr. After learning the correct parallelization approach from Nikolay, with thread-safety, we can now run 3 jobs, using 3 threads, in 10 min for the whole suite!

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It took me six to eight months to work through the course in my limited spare time. I was able to write about 70 automated tests using the ideas and teachings from the course before losing my job due to COVID. With the training and actual (limited) experience, I was able to land on my feet with a new position as a front end developer.

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