A Python Selenium Framework Which Makes Code More Easy to Maintain and Read
Well, when i looked into my previous codes, I found 6 years back (Dec.2012) when I just joined Autodesk, I wrote a Selenium Framework which was used by several teams within Autodesk.
Now 6 years passed and I already left Autodesk, maybe it's time to share to Github, lol.
This framework provides a way to code Selenium Automation with Layers instead of wrting un-resuable and un-readable codes. Suggested layers are:
- Pages: define elements and pages
- Actions: define test actions using web elements defined in "pages"
- Test Cases: combination of actions
I made some tests these days and prooved these codes can be executed from Mac using Python 3.6.
If I have time, i will work on the follwoing:
- HTML reports
- make it more compatible with Firefox on Windows or Linux
- test headless
Don't laugh at me if codes looks ugly for you, i wrote it 6 years ago, lol
1. Install this package:
pip install pyselenium-framework
2. Create a folder under your application to store Chrome/Firefox binary files, let's say folder called:
3. Download binary files and put them there.
- Example: Chrome driver can be downloaded from: http://chromedriver.chromium.org/downloads
4. Start to build your awesome project simply by:
Sample Code and Structures
TBD later, but in the meantime, please refer to "AUT" folder
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