Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 48.0 KHz
Language: English | Size: 6.69 GB | Duration: 16h 31m
WebdriverIO + Cucumber + TypeScript + API Integration + Allure Reporter + Git + CI

What you’ll learn
Build an integrated test automation framework(Web, API and More) from scratch
Automate E2E tests
Real time use cases and automation approach
Integrate Cucumber, API, Git and GitHub Actions
Best practices in automating E2E tests
It’s becoming common to adopt to a Node.js based test framework in many organisations due to having “one team one language” concept where most of the modern web and backend services are built using JavaScript and Node.js and therefore there is a flexibility to extend unit tests and integrate with CI/CD pipeline seamlessly – For all these reasons, WebdriverIO is a great choice for automating integration/E2E tests.
WebdriverIO(also known as WDIO) is the established test framework for Node.js. It has got powerful runner that supports Cucumber, Mocha and Jasmine and loaded with many features that makes easier to use.
WDIO can be run on WebDriver or Chrome DevTools Protocol – this means it has a full control over all browser elements to interact with. It is highly extendable that makes easier to automate E2E tests, not just web.
This course is designed such a way that anyone who wants to learn or implement Node.js based E2E test framework in their current role as a QA engineer or Automation tester can build it from scratch.
What’s unique about this course?
Built completely based on real time working experience for E2E tests
Integrated framework with Web + API + File handling and more
Using this framework one can confidently build an E2E test framework from ground zero
Uses Async mode which has LONG TERM SUPPORT
Cucumber, Cross-browser testing and GitHub Actions and more
Who this course is for:
Automation Testers
QA Engineer
Functional tester who wants to pursue Automation testing





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