Top positive review
A solid introduct to Selenium WebDriver that's better than most introductory books.
Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2017
This is a good introductory book for Selenium WebDriver, and much better than some of the other books I scanned through. The code examples work as advertised, although the author doesn't implement Implicit Waits & Explicit Waits (things to deal with delays in web page elements) correctly. "Mastering Selenium WebDriver" by Mark Collin has a whole chapter devoted to why the wait approach used by "Test Automation using Selenium WebDriver" is wrong. I'd also be remiss if I didn't comment on the author's naming conventions for variables which uses some variant of Hungarian notation which isn't necessary for the Java programming language and modern IDEs. Likewise, some readers will complain about the presence of an "introduction to Java" chapter, but I'm not one of those readers since I understand who the book is aimed at.