What is this course all about?
The course titled Angular Automation with Protractor provides insights into the fundamentals of different types of testing and how Protractor in conjunction with Jasmine framework can be used to automate the end-to-end testing of Angular applications. Many practical examples are given as part of this course. Moreover, a case-study is finally presented to demonstrate the different features of Protractor and how students could apply their knowledge and skills to a real-time application.
What is Protractor?
Protractor is an end-to-end test framework for Angular and AngularJS applications which means that the Protractor provides an environment to create and execute tests for testing the entire flow of an angular/angularjs web application, running in a real browser, from the perspective of a real-time end-user.
Why should I take this course?
This course has been created by a software professional who has over 20 years of experience in software services, product development and project management.
Moreover, this course covers all key concepts of Protractor and Jasmine frameworks with many practical examples and is designed in such a way that anyone who does not know anything about Protractor can easily learn all of them from scratch and start developing end-to-end tests very quickly. This course will also help enrich the knowledge of those who already know a little bit of Protractor.
What does this course cover?
The entire course is divided into 8 sections and each section contains one or more lectures. Each lecture focuses on a specific topic. The source code and links that are used as part of this course are provided as downloadable resources in the last lecture of each section. In addition, most of the sections have Quiz with a set of questions and answers for you to double check your understanding of the content.
Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Jasmine Framework
Section 3: Writing end-to-end tests
Section 4: Practical end-to-end tests
Section 5: Case Study
Section 6: Page Object Model
Section 7: Additional Features of Protractor
Section 8: Conclusion