Selenium with Java Literacy (Beginner Level)

  • 15m
  • 15 questions
The Selenium with Java Literacy (Beginner Level) benchmark evaluates your knowledge of the essentials of the Selenium IDE, including installation, the recording and playback of test scripts, test case and suite management, and exporting tests for consistent execution. You will be assessed on your knowledge of writing scripts in Selenese, the differences between the assert and verify commands, handling synchronization on web pages, debugging and storing data within tests, implementing conditional statements, and creating reusable tests. Learners scoring high on this benchmark demonstrate recognition of the features of Selenium IDE and how to use it to record and playback test cases.

Topics covered

  • configure the test execution speed and export test files to various languages
  • explore the difference between assert and verify commands
  • identify the Selenium components for testing
  • implement if - else conditions and laddered if conditions
  • install the Selenium IDE as a browser extension on the three main browsers
  • manage test cases, test suites, and export test suites
  • manually add commands using the Selenese script
  • record and play back partial tests
  • record and play back your first Selenium IDE test case
  • run tests using the command line Selenium SIDE Runner
  • store and reuse text and values in test cases
  • store and reuse variables and titles in test cases
  • work with breakpoints, step over, pause, and resume for debugging
  • work with synchronization using wait for commands
  • write and invoke reusable tests