Selenium page objects can be implemented outside code and for keyword driven testing

4 Aug

FYI, Selenium page objects don’t have to be implemented in code and can be adapted for keyword driven test frameworks, provided they have the right features to support page object structuring. One such framework for this is Robot Framework. If doing this from another framework or custom framework, one might have to build out the necessary missing support features.

Here’s an example implementation I did that is an approximate mapping or conversion of page objects in Java code to Robot Framework non-code based page objects, the example has links to other implementation examples for Robot Framework as well.


One Response to “Selenium page objects can be implemented outside code and for keyword driven testing”

  1. Eddie Wilson October 8, 2014 at 6:33 pm #

    Nice work thank you

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