Category: Executeautomation

Era of Non-Selenium automation testing tools 2019

Selenium was developed as an internal tool in 2004 at ThoughtWorks and later it made publicly available as Selenium Webdriver coming out from alpha and beta stage in 2009

Selenium is the best tool even till now, it supports multiple browsers, ecosystems, language binding and many tools are extending Selenium or building on the top of Selenium even till date.

Lets discuss about each and every tool one by one

Here is the complete video of the above discussion

Thanks for reading the article and watching the video, please share your comments and let me know if I am missing anything in the discussion so that I can add one or make an all-new article.

Thanks,
Karthik KK

Proud to teach over 100,000+ students across the globe via Udemy

Dear friends,

Today I am excited and happy to announce that our ExecuteAutomation courses in Udemy have crossed over 100,000+ students mark from 177 countries in less than 2+ years.

To keep this post short and sweet, below are the Udemy details of all the courses, reviews and have exact number of student’s enrolled

https://www.udemy.com/user/karthik-kk/

If you are really curious to know about the courses released, you can check them out here for more details https://www.udemy.com/user/karthik-kk/

Interestingly most of the Paid courses released from ExecuteAutomation on Udemy are either highest rated or best seller, which makes me more comfortable to do more and give it back to community.

Thank you once again for making this happen!

Thanks,

Karthik KK

Angular 2 automation with Protractor + Typescript + Cucumber

Dear friends,

I am very happy to release the next big course in Udemy on Angular 2 automation with Protractor + Typescript + Cucumber.

This course is very interesting and one of my long time goal/ambition to release for QA community, since I find Zero or No resource on Protractor automation testing at least with Typescript combination.

The course features following topics

  • Understand building Angular 2 application with Angular-cli
  • Understanding and working with Jasmine
  • Understanding and working with Protractor (Basic)
  • Understanding and working with Protractor (Advanced)
  • Working with Cucumber and Protractor with Typescript

The course has not only covered very basic topics on Protractor, but it has also covered some of the advanced concepts which are required for production ready and industry standard.

Here is the complete introduction video of the above discussion

Thanks for reading the post and watching the video!!!

Please leave your comments and let me know if there is anything I should update in this post.

Thanks,
Karthik KK