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C# Framework to automate tests using Selenium WebDriver

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Ocaramba

Cross-Platform C# Framework to automate tests using Selenium WebDriver

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Test Framework was designed in Objectivity to propose a common way how people should create Selenium WebDriver tests.

Project API documentation can be found here: http://objectivityltd.github.io/Ocaramba

It provides the following features: - .NET Frameworks 4.5, 4.7.2 and .NET Core 3.1 supported - Cross-Platform Windows, Linux and macOS systems supported - Supports continuous integration tools like Azure DevOps, Teamcity, Jenkins and others. - Ready for parallel tests execution, more details here - Possibility to use MSTest, NUnit or xUNIT framework - Specflow ready - Written entirely in C# - Contains example projects how to use it - Allows using Chrome, Firefox, Edge Chromium, Safari or Internet Explorer - Overrides browser profile preferences, pass arguments to browsers, installs browser extensions, loading default firefox profile, Headless mode, more details here - Extends Webdriver by additional methods like JavaScriptClick, WaitForAjax, WaitForAngular, etc., more details here - Automatically waits when locating element for specified time and conditions, GetElement method instead of Selenium FindElement, more details here - Page Object Pattern - Support for SeleniumGrid, Cross browser parallel test execution with SauceLab, TestingBot and Browserstack more details here, Advanced Browser Capabilities and Options more details here - More common locators, e.g:

"//*[@title='{0}' and @ms.title='{1}']"
, more details here - Verify - asserts without stop tests, more details here - Measures average and 90 Percentile action times, more details here - DataDriven tests from Xml, Csv and Excel files for NUnit and Xml, Csv for MSTest with examples, more details NUnit, MsTest - Possibility to take full desktop (only .NET Framework), save page source, more details here - Visual Testing - browser screenshot of the element, more details here - Logging with NLog, EventFiringWebDriver logs, more details here - Files downloading (Firefox, Chrome), more details here - Possibility to send SQL or MDX queries (only .NET Framework) - Possibility of debugging framework installed from nuget package with sourcelink, more details here. - AngularJS support, more details here. - Possibility to check for JavaScript errors from the browser, more details here. - Instruction on how to run Ocaramba tests with Docker container, more details here. - ExtentReports support, more details here.

For all documentation, visit the Ocaramba Wiki.

Projects examples of using Test Framework : - Ocaramba.Tests.Angular for AngularJS - Ocaramba.Tests.Features for Specflow - Ocaramba.Tests.MsTest for MsTest - Ocaramba.Tests.NUnit for NUnit - Ocaramba.Tests.NUnitExtentReports for NUnit featuring test execution HTML report based on ExtentReports framework - Ocaramba.Tests.xUnit for xUnit - Ocaramba.Tests.PageObjects for Page Object Pattern - Ocaramba.Documentation.shfbproj for building API documentation - Ocaramba.Tests.CloudProviderCrossBrowser for cross browser parallel test execution with BrowserStack\SauceLabs\TestingBot\SeleniumGrid - Ocaramba.UnitTests for unit test of framework

NUnit Example Test:

namespace Ocaramba.Tests.NUnit.Tests
{
    using global::NUnit.Framework;

using Ocaramba.Tests.PageObjects.PageObjects.TheInternet;

[Parallelizable(ParallelScope.Fixtures)]
public class JavaScriptAlertsTestsNUnit : ProjectTestBase
{
    [Test]
    public void ClickJsAlertTest()
    {
        var internetPage = new InternetPage(this.DriverContext).OpenHomePage();
        var jsAlertsPage = internetPage.GoToJavaScriptAlerts();
        jsAlertsPage.OpenJsAlert();
        jsAlertsPage.AcceptAlert();
        Assert.AreEqual("You successfuly clicked an alert", jsAlertsPage.ResultText);
    }
}

}

NUnit Example Page Object:

namespace Ocaramba.Tests.PageObjects.PageObjects.TheInternet
{
    using System;
    using System.Globalization;

using NLog;

using Ocaramba;
using Ocaramba.Extensions;
using Ocaramba.Types;
using Ocaramba.Tests.PageObjects;

public class InternetPage : ProjectPageBase
{
    private static readonly Logger Logger = LogManager.GetCurrentClassLogger();

    /// <summary>
    /// Locators for elements
    /// </summary>
    private readonly ElementLocator
        linkLocator = new ElementLocator(Locator.CssSelector, "a[href='/{0}']");

    public InternetPage(DriverContext driverContext) : base(driverContext)
    {
    }

    public JavaScriptAlertsPage GoToJavaScriptAlerts()
    {
        this.Driver.GetElement(this.linkLocator.Format("javascript_alerts")).Click();
        return new JavaScriptAlertsPage(this.DriverContext);
    }
}

}

Where to start?


Checkout the code or get it from nuget.org - Ocaramba NuGet Badge - OcarambaLite NuGet Badge - lighten version without selenium drivers

or download Ocaramba Visual Studio templates Ocaramba Templates

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