How to use Apache JMeter’s WebDriver Sampler to Load Test the UI of an Application

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Here is how to use Apache JMeter’s WebDriver Sampler to load test the UI of the application, and by the UI, I mean load test a user’s workflow, with entering the web pages, clicking on different links etc. All you have to do is install the JMeter plugins and make use of the WebDriver Config… Read more »

How to Become a Better Automation Tester with Less than £200

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We’ve created an Online Courses platform for each one of you who wants to learn something new in 2017. We’ve added video courses which will help you go from no testing knowledge to becoming a proficient automated tester, with loads of knowledge regarding setting up automation framework, to creating good UI functional tests and structuring… Read more »

Behind the Scenes: How We’ve Built our First Selenium WebDriver Online Course in Just 2 Weeks

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We’re pulling back the curtain on how we came with the idea for what we consider “The Ultimate Selenium WebDriver Testing & Hands-on Guide” In the previous two years we’ve managed to post dozens of interesting new articles on our blog http://loadfocus.com/blog, and the increasing number of visitors prove that we are creating compelling and… Read more »

Live Online Testing Course – Selenium WebDriver With Java – Novice To Ninja

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Today we are announcing our new live online training session “The Ultimate Selenium WebDriver Testing & Hands-on Guide” which will take place on Saturday, 10th December 2016 – 10:00 UTC Time. This Revolutionary New Selenium WebDriver training session has a length of 5 hours and is going to be presented in english. “The Ultimate Selenium… Read more »

How to use Explicit and Implicit Waits in Selenium WebDriver with Java

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Here are details related to using waits with Selenium WebDriver in Java. According to the Selenium documentation, at the moment, there are two different type of waits: explicit and implicit. After you understand how to locate elements with Selenium WebDriver, you have to focus on waiting for elements to appear, be visible, be clickable. Waiting… Read more »