You are probably thinking:
Another ebook about Selenium WebDriver?
Are there not enough of them already?
You are right.
There are indeed so many Selenium tutorials, blogs, articles available online.
Some of them good, others not so good.
Why do I think that I can do better?
First, the vast majority of Selenium blogs, tutorials, ebooks focus only on the basics of Selenium:
- what Selenium is
- how to find an element
- how to click an element
- how to synchonize the test with the site
- how to use an iframe.
Not many tutorials and ebooks cover more advanced Selenium topics.
Even less of them include code that is complete and similar to real automation code.
Because, lets be honest, this is what a beginner in automation needs.
First, he needs to understand how simple things are done.
Then, he needs to see how real code looks like.
You get all of these in my ebook:
- how to create a custom driver class that can find elements using both By and CSS locators
- how to find elements using jQuery
- detailed and complete project code
- detailed explanations of the code
Is the ebook free?
Personally, I like free content and provide lots of it on quora.com.
Also, on my blogs:
Sometimes on LinkedIn.com.
But this is not a free ebook (see a preview here) because creating a good-quality tutorial takes a lot of time.
It is also not expensive.
There are 9 chapters in it so I only ask for USD 1 per chapter.
After taxes, I probably keep just USD 5 for myself.
If all these sound good and you want this ebook, please pay USD 9 to firstname.lastname@example.org through PayPal.
I will reply with the pdf of the ebook.
Many thanks and good luck with your automation learning,
I have read this book and found it very useful.
Can be used as valuable handbook. Thanks to author for excellent book.
Hi – Do you accept other payment methods as I dont have Paypal.
yes, Amazon gift card works as well
i found this very useful. But have a clarification as am planning to work on POC next week for a UWP app.
Below is my code:
DesiredCapabilities capabilities = new DesiredCapabilities();
capabilities.setCapability(“app”, “**********************!App”); // Its a UWP app
RemoteWebDriver driver = new RemoteWebDriver(new URL(http://127.0.0.1:4723“)
But it doesn’t work. Throws the below exception
Exception in thread “main” org.openqa.selenium.WebDriverException: Command not implemented: POST: /session/
Any idea… ?
//There is a small correction in the below line from my previous comment
driver = new RemoteWebDriver(new URL(Constants.WindowsApplicationURL),capabilities);
Hi Alex, Your contents are really great! and I feel it worths to buy.
Can you confirm your email address (email@example.com) to send amazon gift card.
Hi, The email address is correct. thanks. Alex
Hi I want to buy your ebooks to learn. I find it very useful. Can you please let me know, is there any offer i can get if I buy them in bundle. I already read the Kindle ebooks. I am a student and If I could get a discount it will be great. Thanks.
Hi, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss. thankis. Alex