If you plan on creating an AngularJS web based application, you should familiarize yourself with Protractor. This program specifically works to test AngularJS based applications by running tests on a real browser. By running an application through these tests, Protractor views the site from a user’s perspective to troubleshoot.
AngularJS applications use HTML terminology with some extensions. These extensions utilize the beneficial aspects of HTML vocabulary for static documents while altering it to also work in dynamic environments. Therefore, web applications created with AngularJS allow for developments and encourage readability. Protractor then compliments AngularJS in order to best prepare your apps for users.
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With these prerequisites, you are prepared to embark on this comprehensive course. Udemy categorizes it as Beginner Level and thus, any interested individual should not hesitate to give it a try. If you work as an application tester of any kind, from manual testers to automation testers, or as a developer, this course will make you more valuable and efficient in your tasks.
The seven and a half hours worth of material should not be a source of intimidation, but of excitement. You have no pressure to complete all 66 lectures in one sitting; you can progress at your own pace as once you purchase this course, you gain access for the rest of your lifetime.
For instance, you could advance by section, starting with (1) Course Introduction and moving on to (2) Basic Installation, (3) Protractor Basics, (4) Jasmine Basics, (5) Locators, (6) Utilities, (7) Data Driven Testing, (8) E2E Testing, (9) Page Object Model, (10) Non-Angular Elements, (11) Testing execution, and (12) Jenkins. You could also select certain sections which pique your interest or save others for when you come across difficulties in such areas. Each section contains a series of lectures, comprised of either a useful article or video approximately 10 minutes in length.
“Protractor: End to End testing framework for AngularJS Apps” covers the testing framework of Protractor, the handling of Non-Angular applications, locator techniques, writing tests, Jasmine approaches, the creation of test cases, parallel and multiple browsers, framework designing with the Page Object Model, and the creation of utilities. After completing this course, you will thoroughly understand how Protractor works and be able test AngularJS apps with such a tool.
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Instructor Raman Arora wields experience both as an expert of this material and a veteran teacher, thus understanding both the field and how to relay that understanding to the less knowledgeable.
No matter which end of the market you are approaching Protractor from, increasing your understanding of its functions and capabilities can only boost your efficiency and marketability. By running AngularJS web applications through Protractor’s rigorous system, you can better cater to your users. Learning about the intricacies of this program and how to utilize them can revolutionize your company and its effectiveness. Give Protractor the chance to help you test your AngularJS apps by expanding your knowledge of this multi-functional resource.