Writing test automation framework

Bulletproof and universal Test Automation Framework architecture pattern
Writing test automation framework
File Size :
612.73 MB
Total length :
1h 15m



Alexander Pushkarev


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Writing test automation framework

What you’ll learn

Understand Test Automation Framework concepts
Be able to use Selenide to interact with Web UI
Understand N-tier (Layered) architecture pattern
Be able to write basic automation framework from scratch

Writing test automation framework


You need to be able to read java code
You need to have basic knowledge of HTML
You need to be able to write code in any programming language
You need to have basic understanding of Selenium


Learn how to write test automation framework for any system – step by step.Many test automation solutions are written by less experienced developers, and, as the result, are not structured well, hindering test automation progress. But there’s one very simple, yet effective way to structure test automation framework – 3-layer framework pattern. This pattern will allow you to write test automation framework for any software system (Web UI, Rest API, Desktop, etc) while minimizing maintenance cost.My name is Alexander Pushkarev, I am Senior Software Engineer. I work in IT from about 2008, and 7 years of my experience I worked as test automation specialist, leading teams and creating test automation from scratch for legacy and green-field projects. I had written several different frameworks and I combined my architecture knowledge acquired during my development work into what I call “3-layer framework” – which is the focus of this course.I use Java for coding examples, but the course itself isn’t focused on any programming language, so if you use Python, .Net or JavaScript I am sure that 90% of the course material will be relevant.What’s inside:What is test automation framework?What is architecture?What design patterns are most commonly used in test automation?Layered pattern – the way it applied to test automationStep-by-step framework implementation example


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introducing course

Section 2: What is Test Automation Framework

Lecture 2 What is test automation framework

Lecture 3 Disadvantages of using test automation framework

Lecture 4 Advantages of using test automation framework

Section 3: Test automation architecture

Lecture 5 What is architecture

Lecture 6 Patterns in test automation

Lecture 7 No architecture framework (no framework)

Lecture 8 Layered architecture

Lecture 9 Layered test automation framework

Section 4: Implementating test automation framework

Lecture 10 Sut introduction

Lecture 11 Planning implementation

Lecture 12 Using tests to drive framework design

Lecture 13 Writing test methods

Lecture 14 Why use interfaces between layers?

Lecture 15 Writing test methods – part 2

Section 5: Implementating test automation framework – busines layer

Lecture 16 Next step – core layer

Lecture 17 Designing Page Object interface

Lecture 18 Implementing Page Object Interface – part 1

Lecture 19 Implementing Page Object Interface – part 2

Lecture 20 Error Handling

Lecture 21 Working with API

Lecture 22 Adapter or Page Object?

Section 6: Implementating test automation framework – core layer

Lecture 23 Implementing business layer

Lecture 24 SImple business steps implementation

Lecture 25 Composite steps

Section 7: Conclusion

Lecture 26 Essential topics we didn’t cover

Lecture 27 Alternatives to 3-layer framework

Lecture 28 Course summary

Junior Test Automation Engineers,Manual Testers,Junior Developers

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 1h 15m | 612.73 MB
Created by: Alexander Pushkarev

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