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Python library provides page factory approach to implement page object model in selenium

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https://github.com/NayakwadiS/selenium-page-factory

selenium-page-factory

Python library provides page factory approach to implement page object model in selenium

Introduction.

  • A Page Factory is one way of implementing a Page Object Model. In order to support the Page Object pattern.
  • As in Java we are using @findBy, here we are declaring all web element in dictionary. Dictionary keys become WebElement / class member variable with having all extended WebElement methods.

Main Features:

  • Initialise all the webElements declared in Point at a time.
  • All WebElements methods are re-define to add extra features eg- click method extended to have explicit wait.
  • Cent percent unittest coverage.

Installation

pip install:

> pip install selenium-page-factory

Examples

  1. Python - Unittest
from seleniumpagefactory.Pagefactory import PageFactory
import unittest
from selenium import webdriver

class LoginPage(PageFactory):

    def __init__(self,driver):
        # It is necessary to to initialise driver as page class member to implement Page Factory
        self.driver = driver

    # define locators dictionary where key name will became WebElement using PageFactory
    locators = {
        "edtUserName": ('ID', 'user_login'),
        "edtPassword": ('NAME', 'pwd'),
        "btnSignIn": ('XPATH', '//input[@value="Log In"]')
    }

    def login(self):
        # set_text(), click_button() methods are extended methods in PageFactory
        self.edtUserName.set_text("opensourcecms")               # edtUserName become class variable using PageFactory
        self.edtPassword.set_text("opensourcecms")
        self.btnSignIn.click_button()


class LoginTest(unittest.TestCase):

    def test_Login(self):
        driver = webdriver.Chrome()
        driver.get("https://s1.demo.opensourcecms.com/wordpress/wp-login.php")

        pglogin = LoginPage(driver)
        pglogin.login()

if __name__ == "__main__":
     unittest.main()
  1. Python - Pytest

Inside test_Login.py

import pytest
from selenium import webdriver
from seleniumpagefactory.Pagefactory import PageFactory

def test_Login():
    driver = webdriver.Chrome("")
    driver.get("https://s1.demo.opensourcecms.com/wordpress/wp-login.php")

    pglogin = LoginPage(driver)
    pglogin.login()

class LoginPage(PageFactory):

    def __init__(self,driver):
        # It is necessary to to initialise driver as page class member to implement Page Factory
        self.driver = driver

    # define locators dictionary where key name will became WebElement using PageFactory
    locators = {
        "edtUserName": ('ID', 'user_login'),
        "edtPassword": ('NAME', 'pwd'),
        "btnSignIn": ('XPATH', '//input[@value="Log In"]')
    }

    def login(self):
        # set_text(), click_button() methods are extended methods in PageFactory
        self.edtUserName.set_text("opensourcecms")               # edtUserName become class variable using PageFactory
        self.edtPassword.set_text("opensourcecms")
        self.btnSignIn.click_button()

Pre-Requisite

Every Page in Page Object Model should have WebDriver object as class member as shown below

class PageClass(PageFactory):

    def __init__(self,driver):
        self.driver = driver

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