The goal of this tutorial is to help you to write tests for web applications by using the TestProject framework. Also, you will learn how you can implement (and share) custom addons which allow you to reuse code that is shared by multiple tests.
This tutorial consists of the following blog posts:
- Introduction to TestProject identifies the key features of the TestProject framework and provides an introduction to its architecture.
- Packaging TestProject Tests and Addons With Gradle describes how you can create a Gradle project that can package your tests and addons to a jar file.
- Writing Tests for Web Applications With TestProject helps you to write your first tests with the TestProject framework. This blog post describes how you can use Selenium API in your test classes and explains how you can pass input parameters to your test cases.
- Running Tests With TestProject describes how you can run your tests on-demand and schedule them by using jobs.
- Writing Addons With TestProject explains how you can remove duplicate code from your test suite by writing custom TestProject addons.
- Adding Input and Output Parameters to TestProject Actions helps you to write TestProject actions which have input and output parameters.
- Writing Custom Web Element Actions With TestProject identifies the benefits of web element actions and describes how you can write custom web element actions with TestProject.
- Using TestProject Actions in Our Test Classes explains how you can leverage TestProject actions in your test classes.
- Transforming Recorded TestProject Tests Into Java Code describes how you can transform a recorded test into Java code and explains why you should do it.
- Running TestProject Tests on a Local Development Environment helps you to run your TestProject tests (and actions) with your IDE. This useful if you want to debug your tests or actions.
- TestProject Best Practices introduces five best practices which describe the best way to use the TestProject framework.