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Zero based indexing The next big change is zero based indexing. If you know Selenium, you can also perform some advanced configurations.
ruby – How to determine what type of a HTML element is selected in Watir – Stack Overflow
But let’s not fool ourselves – test automation is hard. The Watir location API is designed to be easily read and understood by users humans. If you got the error, then it does not support it. Even better, all major browser automation frameworks have implemented it. As previously mentioned, real users mainly perform watiir-webdriver actions on a web page: What worked for me was Watir http: I use watir-webdriver almost all the time.
Browser automation with Watir – guide (not only) for testers
JS-heavy flows, tests that are dependent on the state of the app or require processing a lot watir-wbedriver data. Check your email inbox. Most of the time Watir can translate the Selector Hash into a single XPath expression to quickly identify the element. Watir-WebDriver Watir is short for Web Application Testing in Ruby is a Ruby gem which allows you to automate your browser make it click a button, submit a form, wait for some text to appear before continuing, and so on.
When you were dealing with element collections in Watir 1. This means that each page would have a html element like: Interactions Basic interactions with all elements may be executed with these methods: Ask yourself these questions: Since, its an collection, I can use the each method to iterate over the collection.
Get attribute values of the html element | Testing by Justin Ko
When to do it? In other words – if no other locators are specified, then: What is hardest to automate? You can also extract most of the element attributes the same that we can locate on this way. Elements are located by creating a Selector Hash, which Watir translates into the potentially complicated information the driver needs to know to identify the element.
If you don’t, don’t be afraid – it’s a language where code almost writes itself, I recommend giving it a shot. As for Watir-WebDriver vs.
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If you forget about it, it’s really easy to end up spending more time on writing and maintaining tests than what you gain in the end: You are commenting using your WordPress. You can revert to one-based-indexing to make the integration from Watir 1.