Working with forms, textboxes, checkboxes, and radio buttons
We can use the
WebElement class to automate the interaction on various HTML controls such as entering text in a textbox, clicking on a button, selecting an option in a checkbox or radio button, getting text and attribute values from the element, and more.
We saw the properties and methods provided by the
WebElement class earlier in the chapter. In this section, we will use the
WebElement class and its properties and methods to automate the create account feature of the sample application. So, let's create a test that validates the creation of a new user account in the sample application. We will fill out the form as shown in the following screenshot and submit our request. The system ...