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Selenium Framework Design in Data-Driven Testing: Build data-driven test frameworks using Selenium WebDriver, AppiumDriver, Java, and TestNG Paperback – January 23, 2018
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About the Author
Carl Cocchiaro has a bachelor's degree in business and over 30 years of experience in the software engineering field, designing and building test frameworks for desktop, browser, and mobile applications. He is an expert in the Selenium WebDriver/TestNG Java-based technologies, certified SilkTest engineer, and has architected UI and RESTful API automation frameworks for 25 major corporations.
Carl is currently a Software Architect, Quality Engineering at RSA/Dell technologies, located in Boston, MA USA.
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Moreover, the code provided on Packt website and github is very different from that in the book. For example, the code on page 16 handles creation of webdriver for iOS and android devices. But, the online code does not. BTW, setBrowserHandle is missing in the online code !!! I can understand that the final code will not be exactly the same as that in the book. But why such a huge difference ? So much of the intermediate code is missing from the final one.
Another issue is that the github repo for the book code has only 5 commits !!! So, we can’t see the intermediate steps, i.e. how the project progressed and became the final version. I am sure that if the code was committed according to the progress in the book, then there would be many more commits. As an aside, some random person and not the author has committed the code on github. Looks like they are out of sync with each other.
I strongly suspect that many or all of the positive reviews of this book are fake. I wonder why no one mentioned any of these issues in their reviews.
But to someone who knows some Selenium but wants more exposure to Java components like TestNG used in frameworks this book will be helpful.