This test evaluates a candidate’s ability to automate browser activities using Selenium with the Python programming language. It will help you to identify the programmers with strong Selenium skills who can automate and test a diverse set of websites.
Selenium basics and configuration
Interacting with browsers
Interacting with web elements
Website testers, QA testers, UI testers, bot developers, automation experts, and anyone else who uses Selenium
Selenium is a popular framework for automating web browsers. This framework has numerous features to help programmers and assists them in every step, from starting an automated web browser to controlling browsers for various tasks, including automation and testing. Selenium makes it easy to analyze a website's structure, coding, UI design, and behavior, and helps to identify potential issues and vulnerabilities in an automated way.
This Selenium with Python test uses real-world scenarios based on common applications and problems that Selenium users face. This test includes questions regarding configuration and basic uses, using Selenium with different browsers in different environments, and adapting Selenium use for various web elements commonly encountered today.
Gulzar is a passionate programmer with varied interests and significant expertise in automation. He has been working on automation projects throughout his professional career and has completed hundreds of projects using Selenium. Gulzar believes in using automation to increase efficiency and make work easier, and he has developed his own library around selenium to enhance its features and to make his own work easier.
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