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2.2 To Automate or Not to Automate?
2.3 Introducing Selenium
2.4 Brief History of The Selenium Project
2.5 Selenium’s Tool Suite
2.6 Choosing Your Selenium Tool
2.7 Supported Browsers
2.8 Flexibility and Extensibility
2.9 What’s in this Book?
2.10 The Documentation Team–Authors Past and Present
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Installing the IDE
3.3 Opening the IDE
3.4 IDE Features
3.5 Building Test Cases
3.6 Running Test Cases
3.7 Using Base URL to Run Test Cases in Different Domains
3.8 Selenium Commands – “Selenese”
3.9 Script Syntax
3.10 Test Suites
3.11 Commonly Used Selenium Commands
3.12 Verifying Page Elements
3.13 Assertion or Verification?
3.14 Locating Elements
3.15 Matching Text Patterns
3.16 The “AndWait” Commands
3.17 The waitFor Commands in AJAX applications
3.18 Sequence of Evaluation and Flow Control
3.19 Store Commands and Selenium Variables
3.20 JavaScript and Selenese Parameters
3.21 echo - The Selenese Print Command
3.22 Alerts, Popups, and Multiple Windows
3.23 Debugging
3.24 Writing a Test Suite
3.25 User Extensions
3.26 Format
3.27 Executing Selenium-IDE Tests on Different Browsers
3.28 Troubleshooting
4.1 The 5 Minute Getting Started Guide
4.2 Next Steps For Using WebDriver
4.3 WebDriver Implementations
4.6 How XPATH Works in WebDriver
4.7 Getting and Using WebDriver
4.8 Roadmap
4.9 Further Resources
5.1 Explicit and Implicit Waits
5.2 RemoteWebDriver
5.3 AdvancedUserInteractions
5.4 HTML5
5.5 Cookies
5.6 Browser Startup Manipulation
5.7 Parallelizing Your Test Runs
6.1 Introduction
6.2 How Selenium RC Works
6.3 Installation
6.4 From Selenese to a Program
6.5 Programming Your Test
6.6 Learning the API
6.7 Reporting Results
6.8 Adding Some Spice to Your Tests
6.9 Server Options
6.10 Specifying the Path to a Specific Browser
6.11 Selenium RC Architecture
6.12 Handling HTTPS and Security Popups
6.13 Supporting Additional Browsers and Browser Configurations
6.14 Troubleshooting Common Problems
7.2 Types of Tests
7.3 Verifying Results
7.4 Choosing a Location Strategy
7.5 Testing Ajax Applications
7.6 Wrapping Selenium Calls
7.7 UI Mapping
7.8 Page Object Design Pattern
7.9 Data Driven Testing
7.10 Handling Errors
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Actions
9.3 Accessors/Assertions
9.4 Locator Strategies
9.5 Using User-Extensions With Selenium-IDE
9.6 Using User-Extensions With Selenium RC
11.1 Configuring Selenium-RC With Eclipse
11.2 Configuring Selenium-RC With Intellij
13.1 Useful XPATH patterns
13.2 Starting to use CSS instead of XPATH
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