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Selenium Training

Selenium Training Course includes basic to advanced level and our Selenium course is designed to get the placement in good MNC companies in Chennai as quickly as once you complete the Selenium courses in Chennai with placement. Our Selenium trainers are Selenium certified experts and experienced working professionals with hands on real time multiple Selenium projects knowledge. We have designed our Selenium course content and syllabus based on students requirement to achieve everyone's career goal. In our Selenium training program, you will learn from the scratch to advanced level along with Selenium real time .

SELENIUM TRAINING COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Introduction

  • Introduction
  • Content still to come

Install and Setup

  • Which Version Of Java?
  • Installing JDK 11 on Windows
  • Installing and Configuring IntelliJ IDEA on Windows
  • Installing JDK 11 on a Mac
  • Installing and Configuring IntelliJ IDEA on a Mac
  • Installing JDK 11 on a Linux Machine
  • Installing and Configuring IntelliJ IDEA on a Linux Machine

Maven and your first project

  • Your Programming Careers Questions Answered
  • Access to Programming Career Q&A
  • Spring 5 Feature Overview
  • Maven and Other Tools
  • Creating a Maven Project
  • Importing Maven Projects
  • Maven Lifecycle Plugin and Goals
  • Fix our Maven Project

Logging with SLF4J & Logback

  • What is Logging?
  • Using Logging with Logback
  • Logback Configuration

Multi module Spring Project

  • Project Overview
  • Create Multi Module Project
  • Project Setup
  • Using a Spring Container
  • Implementing the Game
  • Constructor Based Dependency Injection
  • Setter Based Dependency Injection
  • Setter or Constructor
  • Using Bean Lifecycle Callbacks
  • XML or Annotation Configuration
  • Autowiring Beans
  • Beans as Components
  • Using Java Annotation Configuration
  • Message Generator Challenge
  • Implementing MessageGenerator Logic
  • Console Module Setup Challenge
  • Application Events
  • Finish Game Logic
  • Using Qualifiers
  • Creating Custom Annotations
  • Using Properties
  • minNumber Challenge
  • Code Cleanup and Constructor Injection
  • Code Cleanup Challenge

Lombok Introduction

  • Lombok Introduction
  • Setup Lombok
  • Using Lombok
  • Lombok Challenge

Spring MVC

  • Spring MVC Introduction
  • Creating todo List Project
  • Project Setup Challenge
  • Setup Maven War Plugin
  • Setup Maven Cargo Plugin and Tomcat
  • Setup Dispatcher Servlet
  • Simple Controller
  • View Resolver and View
  • Spring MVC Request Processing
  • Model and Model Attributes
  • Simple Service Challenge
  • Request Parameters
  • Project Requirements
  • To Do Item Class
  • To Do Data Class
  • Creating the Todo Item Controller
  • Creating View and Basic JSTL tags
  • Todo Item Service Challenge
  • Implementing the Add Item Feature
  • Implementing Post Redirect Get Pattern
  • Home View and Navigation
  • Delete Item Challenge
  • Implement Edit Item Feature
  • View Item Challenge

Spring Boot 2 Introduction

  • Introduction to Spring Boot 2
  • Using Spring Initializr
  • Understanding Spring Boot Project Structure
  • Simple Spring Boot Application

Spring Boot 2 And Thymeleaf 3

  • Add Spring Boot to an Existing Project
  • Spring Boot Web Module
  • Thymeleaf Introduction
  • Setup Thymeleaf and Initial Template
  • Spring Boot Developer Tools
  • Game Service Challenge
  • Play Thymeleaf Template
  • Thymeleaf Preprocessing
  • Thymeleaf Template Challenge
  • Thymeleaf Fragments
  • Thymeleaf Fragment Challenge
  • Thymeleaf Decoupled Template Logic
  • Thymeleaf Decoupled Template Logic Challenge
  • Bug Fixes
  • Spring Internationalization
  • Thmyeleaf Internationalization Challenge
  • Message Generator Internationalization Main Message
  • Message Generator Internationalization Result Message
  • Request Interception
  • Locale Change Interceptor
  • Thymeleaf Recap

Gradle Introduction

  • What is Gradle?
  • Creating a Gradle Spring Boot Project
  • Gradle Build Lifecycle Projects and Tasks
  • Understanding the Gradle Scripts
  • Running Gradle Tasks
  • Simple Spring Gradle Application

Gradle Multi Module Project Setup

  • Creating a Spring Boot Project Challenge
  • Configure Gradle Multi-module Project
  • Configure Sub Modules
  • Testing our Project
  • More Content

OLD Spring

Installation & Setup - Part 1

  • Install JDK for Windows
  • Install Eclipse for Windows
  • Install Tomcat for Windows
  • Configure Tomcat Within Eclipse for Windows
  • Install JDK for Mac
  • Install Eclipse for Mac
  • Install Tomcat for Mac
  • Configure Tomcat Within Eclipse for Mac
  • Install JDK for Linux
  • Install Eclipse for Linux
  • Install and Configure Tomcat for Linux

Introduction to Java EE

  • Introduction to JEE
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Drilling into the Concepts
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Building the Servlet
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Creating a JSP and running the App
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Adding a Service layer to the mix
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Adding JSTL Library Support
  • Exploring Java EE basics: JSTL in JSP
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Drilling into the Concepts

Installation and Setup - Part 2

  • Overview of Spring Tooling
  • Install Spring IDE
  • Installing Maven
  • Creating a Maven Project
  • Understanding the Project Object Model

Introducing Spring Framework

  • Why Spring
  • Overview of the Spring Framework
  • Spring Framework vs JEE
  • Introducing the Spring IoC containSpring IoC container: Accessing metadata from the file Spring IoC container: Accessing metadata from theSpring IoC Container Challenge
  • Setting Constructor Arguments using the Spring bean config file
  • Setting Properties using the Spring bean config file
  • Setter based Dependency Injection in Spring
  • Setter based Dependency Injection in Spring continued
  • Spring Setter based Dependency Injection in Spring : Running the App
  • Constructor based Dependency Injection in Spring
  • Spring Constructor based Dependency Injection : Running the App

Introducing Spring MVC

  • Creating Spring MVC Project Infrastructure
  • Adding dependencies in an alternative way in a Spring MVC Project
  • Adding Spring MVC Dispatcher Servlet
  • Building the Spring Controller - "C" part of MVC
  • Context and MVC Configuration
  • Autowiring collaborating objects in Spring
  • Bringing View Resolver in the mix and running the App

Bean Configuration

  • Bean scopes for a Spring Bean
  • Spring bean scopes: Singleton and Prototype
  • Spring bean scopes, Request and Session: creating the project and Java classes
  • Spring bean scopes, Request and Session: creating the config file and Controller
  • Spring bean scopes, Request and Session: Running the App
  • Customize Spring Bean with Callbacks
  • Standard Naming for Spring Bean Callbacks
  • Spring Bean instantiation using Static Factory and Instance Factory methods
  • Spring Bean Definition with C Namespace
  • Spring Bean Definition with P Namespace

Configuring Spring with Annotations

  • Pros and Cons of Spring Configuration : Annotations vs XML
  • Autowiring Spring Beans: creating project infrastructure
  • Autowiring Spring Beans: using setters, constructors and fields
  • Spring Beans as Components: Cutting down on xml config
  • Handling Properties in Spring: using XML config
  • Handling Properties in Spring: mixing XML with Annotations
  • Handling Properties in Spring using pure Annotations: creating infrastructure
  • Handling Properties in Spring using pure Annotations: building and running

Introducing MySQL

  • Install MySQL for Windows
  • Install MySQL on Mac
  • Install MySQL on Linux
  • MySQL Workbench Basics : Environment and table creation
  • MySQL Workbench Basics : Insert and Export

Working with Spring JDBC

  • Introduction to Spring JDBC
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: Project Setup
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: Creating DAO Layer
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: XML config & Property file
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: More with DAOs
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: DAO and Test Harness
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: Building App and executing Test Harness
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: Expanding DAO Layer further
  • Spring JDBC Exceptions : an Overview
  • Spring Named Parameters Template: Understanding the API
  • Spring Named Parameters Template: Building the DAO
  • Spring Named Parameters Template : Components and Testing

Spring MVC in depth - Part 1

  • Spring Java Config: Creating the project infrastructure
  • Spring Java Config: Creating the Java and Web Configuration
  • Spring Java Config: Running the App
  • Fix minor error in WebMvcConfig
  • JNDI Datasource: Building the Spring Service and Controller
  • JNDI Datasource: Conceptual Overview and Configuration
  • JNDI Datasource: Building views and Running the App
  • Spring MVC Architecture Going Deeper
  • Spring Handler Mapping Customization: Creating the infrastructure
  • Spring Handler Mapping Customization: Seeing the effect of customization
  • Spring Interceptors: an Introduction
  • Spring Interceptors: Integrating and building views with CSS inline styling
  • Spring Interceptors: Continuing building the views with CSS Internal styling
  • Spring Interceptors: Continue building views with mixed styling
  • Spring Interceptors: Running the app with a closing summary
  • Introducing Logging
  • Logging: Working with SLF4J, a powerful logging API
  • Logging: LOG4J implementation and introducing Logger, Appender and Layout
  • Logging: Continuing with log4j and getting to know Conversion Patterns
  • Logging: Configuring log4j.properties and wrapping up
  • Spring Interceptors: Invoking all the Interceptor methods
  • Spring Interceptors: Running the app and wrapping up!

Spring MVC in depth - Part 2

  • Section Overview
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : Introduction & test harness
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : Class level mapping
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : Wrapping up first test
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : method attribute & fallback
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : defaultAttribute and default naming
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : resolving ambiguous request mapping
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : multiple request mapping
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: Adding multiple attributes
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: working with 'name' attribute
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: working with 'value' attribute
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: working with ModelAndView API
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: Introducing Spring Form Tag and Elements
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: Exploring ModelAndView API
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: Default data binding
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: Implicit resolution of logical view name
  • Session Attributes: Creating the project infrastructure
  • Session Attributes: Bringing in the Controller
  • Session Attributes: Adding the JSPs
  • Session Attributes: Cranking the Java configuration
  • Session Attributes: Testing our application
  • Session Attribute & Request Attribute: an Introduction
  • Session Attribute & Request Attribute: Applying to Interceptor and Controller
  • Session Attributes, Session Attribute & Request Attribute: Testing all

Spring MVC in depth - Part 3 (Forms and Validation)

  • Spring Form Tags: An Overview
  • Spring Form Tags: Creating project infrastructure - part 1
  • Spring Form Tags: Creating project infrastructure - part 2
  • Spring Form Tags: SELECT tags - part 1
  • Spring Form Tags: SELECT tags - part 2
  • Spring Form Tags: SELECT tags - part 3
  • Spring Form Tags: CHECKBOX tags - part 1
  • Spring Form Tags: CHECKBOX tags - part 2
  • Spring Form Tags: CHECKBOX tags - part 3
  • Spring Form Tags: CHECKBOXES tags
  • Spring Form Tags: RADIOBUTTON & RADIOBUTTONS tags
  • Spring Form Validation: an Introduction
  • Spring Form Validation: Creating the project Infrastructure
  • Spring Form Validation: Creating the JSPs
  • Spring Form Validation: Running the first validation test
  • Spring Form Validation: Working with @Size and @Notblank validations
  • Spring Form Validation: Introducing Custom Validation Constraints
  • Spring Form Validation: Creating our first Custom Validation Constraint
  • Spring Form Validation: Regular Expression Validation
  • Spring Form Validation: Using Apache Commons API Validator
  • Spring Form Validation: Class Level Validation
  • Spring Form Validation: Final Changes and Test

IntelliJ Spring Section

  • IntelliJ Spring Config and Test Import
  • Import Non Web Based Project
  • Build Spring MVC Demo
  • Controller Service and JSP
  • Welcome Service and Add Beans

OLD - NEW Spring 5

  • Install and setup
  • Which version of Java should you use?
  • How To Install The Java Development Kit (JDK) For Windows
  • Download and Install IntelliJ (FREE and PAID version) for Windows
  • How To Install The Java Development Kit (JDK) For Mac OS X
  • Download and Install IntelliJ (FREE and PAID version) on a Mac
  • How To Install The Java Development Kit (JDK) For Ubuntu Linux
  • Install and Configure IntelliJ (FREE and PAID version) for Ubuntu Linux

Trainer Profile of Selenium 

Our Trainers provide complete freedom to the students, to explore the subject and learn based on real-time examples. Our trainers help the candidates in completing their projects and even prepare them for interview questions and answers. Candidates are free to ask any questions at any time.

  •  More than 10+ Years of Experience.
  •  Strong Theoretical Practical Knowledge.
  •  Selenium Training Certified Professionals with High Grade.
  •  Expert level Subject Knowledge and fully up-to-date on real-world industry applications.
  •  Trainers have Experienced on multiple real-time projects in their Industries.
  •  Our Trainers are working in multinational companies such as CTS, TCS, HCL Technologies, ZOHO, Birlasoft, IBM, Microsoft, HP, Scope, Philips Technologies etc
  •  Strong Theoretical & Practical Knowledge.
  •  Certified Professionals with High Grade.
  •  Expert level Subject Knowledge and fully up-to-date on real-world industry applications.
  •  Trainers have Experienced on multiple real-time projects in their Industries.