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Firebug, Firepath, and other developer tools.

Firebug, Firepath, and other developer tools. First thing should come to your mind, what are Firebug and firepath and why do I need to learn this? The answer is pretty simple, you should know that what you want to tell your selenium code to perform some action, and where? As a human, you exactly know that where you want to click on the screen or what kind of items you like to interact with. If you want to click on third menu item out of six on the screen, your mind will tell your hand or finger to move the …

Smart click (part 1)

When using the Selenium Webdriver tool for testing web-based applications, I faced a problem: sometimes the common Click() method does not work for specific elements. Or, for example, it may work fine in the FF browser and fails to click in Internet Explorer. After a little investigation, I noticed that instead of the Click() method I can use methods from the Actions class, or I can click elements with JavaScript. But I also discovered that I have to use one action for FF and another for IE – often an action worked with one browser but failed with the other. I …

Smart click (part 2)

Here is the explanation how you can implement your own Click() method and what is behind the scenes. I will describe the method using a pure IWebElement instance. To be able to invoke the method out of an IWebElement, it should be declared as an IWebElement interface extension method. The method will have a couple of overridden versions for different sets of input parameters. Ok, let’s start. First of all let’s define what the method should do: It checks if the clicking action may be done It checks if all the necessary conditions for successful clicking are met (for example, some …


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