We learnt a lot in this chapter about Selenium IDE, learning how to create your first test using the record and replay and understanding some of the basic concepts like moving between multiple windows that can appear in a test, and to save our tests for future use.
Specifically, we covered:
- How to install Selenium IDE: We started by downloading Selenium IDE from http://seleniumhq.org.
- What Selenium IDE is made up of: The breakup of Selenium IDE allowed us to see what makes up Selenium IDE. It allowed us to understand the different parts that make up a command that will be executed in a test as well as its basic format. We had a look at how to load Selenium IDE and how to get started with recording of tests. We saw that a Selenium IDE command ...