Selenium is a powerful tool for controlling web browsers using programing and performing browser automation. It’s serviceable for all browsers, works on all major OS and its scripts are written in various languages i.e Python, Java, C#, etc, we will be working with Python.
Selenium Documentation Python
Selenese is a powerful tool for testing and development. It can be used in many languages.
Including Python to automate tasks that would otherwise take hours or days through automation in the best possible way – without having any human assistance at all!
In this article, we will explore how you as an engineer might use Selenium alongside your coding skills.
So not only do these two complement each other well but also give rise insight into potential pitfalls ahead before they happen too late. After the extensive trial-and-error has already occurred because there was no tool available like selenium.
Today it’s different than ever thanks to much webdriver interface which makes things easier by providing access w/o needing install anything else apart
You can use selenium in three different ways easily.
Allow selenium to tap on buttons.
Penetrate content in structures.
Don’t forget to skim your site to check whether everything is “OK” and so on.
You can install using the below code.
# for Windows pip install selenium # for Linux/Max pip3 install selenium # or sudo -H pip3 install selenium
Selenium WebDriver Python
Now we are talking about Selenium WebDriver so, webDriver has various methods with many attributes and one of them can use to automate testing in Python selenium.
The webdriver says of selenium that allows us to perform various operations on multiple elements on a webpage. below we mentioned the code for knowing selenium webdriver in Python.
from selenium import webdriver from selenium.webdriver.common.keys import Keys driver = webdriver.Firefox() driver.get("Paste here any website url") assert "Python" in driver.title elem = driver.find_element_by_name("q") elem.clear() elem.send_keys("pycon") elem.send_keys(Keys.RETURN) assert "No results found." not in driver.page_source driver.close()