Tune in on November 30 to level up your Java testing, and support a good cause!
In this free, three-hour, hands-on workshop, you will learn actionable and innovative automation best practices for Java testing, while also joining Sauce Labs and your testing peers to support Code.org.
Attendees will learn how to create a cohesive framework for comprehensive testing, including functional browser tests with Selenium and functional mobile tests with Appium. Get hands-on experience coding visual end-to-end tests with Screener, and learn how to structure all of the code into a comprehensive suite of tests that runs insanely fast.
By the end of this workshop, attendees will understand best practices for automated testing with Java, and how to massively accelerate their cross-browser testing in a single code base.
By the end of this workshop you will understand how to:
Create a framework for doing comprehensive web testing
Create functional browser tests using Selenium
Create functional mobile tests using Appium
Code visual e2e tests using Screener
Run in massive parallel (100s of tests in < 5 min)
Run in a CI pipeline
You will use the following tech:
Selenium WebDriver 4
At least 1 year of Java programming
Deep understanding of Selenium WebDriver
Deep understanding of OOP
Free Sauce Labs account set up - sign up here
Free demo account of Screener - sign up here (please do this in advance)
Java 8 installed
Java IDE installed
This workshop is free to attend. Instead of selling tickets, we invite attendees to donate to Code.org. There is no minimum donation required, and 100% of donations go to the cause.
Please give what you can to help us support this great organization! And to help your donation go even further, Sauce Labs will match up to $2,500.
"It’s been a rough few years for us all. I wanted to take some time and brighten up the day for as many people as possible. So why not run a free automated testing workshop for the community? And what if we used our combined efforts to give back to our community? Hence, Testing for Good was born."
- Nikolay Advolodkin