Hitech City - IT Corridor in Hyderabad

Hitech City in Hyderabad

About Hitech City in Hyderabad: 

Information Technology Corridor (Hitech City), is a prime IT business area in Hyderabad, which is one of the leading Information Technology hubs of India. Hitech City is under suburbs of Madhapur, Gachibowli, Kondapur, Manikonda, and Nanakramguda in Hyderabad City, Telangana India. 

Hitech City Cross Roads: 

Four Roads Junction at Cyber Towers, 

i) Main City (From Jubilee Hills) to Hitech City 

ii) JNTU (Mumbai Highway) to Hitech City 

iii) Miyapur to Hitech City (via Kondapur) 

iv) Old Mumbai Highway to Hitech City (via Raheja IT Park) -------------------------------------------------------------

Hyderabad IT:

IT Workforce of Hyderabad nearly 3.5 Lakh, Hyderabad accounts for only 14 per cent of the country’s IT exports against 31 per cent from the Garden City (Bangalore) Hyderabad reported a 16 per cent IT Exports growth, which is 3 percentage points more than the national average of 13 per cent in 2015, when it comes to IT Training, Hyderabad is the number one in India with nearly 35% share. 
Major IT (Information Technology) Hubs in India: 

i) Bangalore - Karnataka 

ii) Maharashtra (Pune and Mumbai) 

iii) NCR (National Capital Region - Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon and Ghaziabad) 

iv) Hyderabad 

v) Chennai 
Google Campus in Hyderabad: 

Google, an American technology company specializing in internet related services and products, will have its own campus for software development operations in Hyderabad by early 2019. 

Google has proposed to build a campus with an office space of two million square feet on a 7.2 acre- plot of land in Gachibowli on the main IT corridor of Hyderabad.  
STPI (Software Technology Parks of India) Hyderabad

Mr. C.V.D Ramprasad (Director) Software Technology Parks of India 6Q3, 6th floor, Cyber Towers Hi-tec City, Madhapur Hyderabad - 500081 Tel: +91-40-66415600/11 Fax: +91-40-23100501 Email :ram@stpi.in URL: www.hyd.stpi.in  
Top 10 IT Companies in India:

1. Tata Consultancy Services Limited Founded in the year 1968, Headquartered in Mumbai, they operate in 46 countries worldwide and have a talented workforce of 322,000 professionals with revenue of $15.7 billion. 

Website: http://www.tcs.com/ 

2. Infosys Founded in the year 1981, Headquartered in Bangalore, they have 94 offices spread across the world and employees 182,000 professionals. 

Website: http://www.infosys.com/ 

3. Wipro Ltd. 

4. Tech Mahindra 

5. HCL Technologies 

6. Mphasis Limited 

7. Oracle Financial Services 

8. L&T Infotech 

9. Syntel Limited 

10. Polaris Consulting & Services

Selenium WebDriver Tutorial 1

Introduction to Selenium WebDriver

i) Introducing Selenium WebDriver

ii) Selenium WebDriver Environment Setup

iii) Write first Selenium Test Case
i) Introducing Selenium WebDriver

Selenium Tool's Suite
    Selenium IDE
    Selenium RC
    Selenium WebDriver
    Selenium Grid
Selenium WebDriver

> In 2006 Selenium WebDriver was launched at Google.

> In 2008, the whole Selenium team decided to merge Selenium Webdriver with Selenium RC in order to form more powerful tool called Selenium 2.0.

Selenium 1.0 + Selenium WebDriver  = Selenium 2.0

Selenium 1.0

(Selenium IDE + Selenium RC + Selenium Grid)

Selenium 2.0

(Selenium IDE + Selenium RC + Selenium WebDriver + Selenium Grid)

Note: Now Selenium RC is only for maintenance projects.
Selenium WebDriver Features

> It is a most important tool in Selenium suite.

> It has Programming interface only, no IDE.
Selenium IDE - we can create Test cases using Recording features and enhance Test cases using Selenese commands. (No Programming)

Selenium WebDriver - we can create Test cases using Element locators and Webdriver methods/commands. And we can use programming features to enhance Test cases.

UFT/QTP - we can create Tests using Tool features (Recording) and enhance Test cases using Tool features (Checkpoints, Output values etc...) as well as Script/Program features (Conditional statements, Loop statements functions etc...).
> Selenium WebDriver supports various programming languages to write programs (Test Scripts)


> Selenium WebDriver supports various Browsers to create and execute Test cases.

Mozilla Firefox

Google Chrome



Opera etc...
> Selenium WebDriver supports various operating environments.

MS Windows


Macintosh etc...
> Selenium WebDriver supports Data Driven Testing and Cross Browser Testing

> Selenium WebDriver is faster in execution than other tools of Selenium suite.

> Selenium WebDriver supports parallel test execution with the help of either JUnit or TestNG framework.

> Selenium WebDriver supports Batch Testing with the help of either JUnit or TestNG framework.
Drawbacks of Selenium WebDriver:

> Selenium WebDriver doesn't have IDE (takes more time and more efforts to create Test cases)

> No built in Result Reporting facility.

> No other tool integration for Test Management.
How we create Test Cases / Test Scripts / Tests in Selenium WebDriver

Selenium IDE:

Using Element locators and Selenese (Selenium IDE) Commands.

Selenium WebDriver

Using element Locators and WebDriver Methods /Commands.


Using Objects Information and Test Methods.
Element Locators - to recognize elements /objects.

WebDriver Methods/Commands - to perform operations on elements.
Java Programming - to enhance Test cases.

JUnit / TestNG Framework - to group Test cases, batch testing and generating Test Reports.
ii) Selenium WebDriver Environment Setup


i) Download and install Java (JDK) software. - To create and execute programs (Test scripts)

ii) Set Environment variable path (Path Variable) - To use Java from any directory.

iii) Download Eclipse IDE and extract. - To write and execute Java programs.
iv) Download Selenium WebDriver Java Language binding (from www.seleniumhq.org) and add WebDriver jar files to Java project in Eclipse IDE.
v) Install Firebug and Firepath plug ins for Mozilla Firefox Browser to inspect elements.

Or Use built in tools to inspect elements

Mozilla Firefox - Page Inspector

Chrome, IE - Developer tools
vi) Firefox Driver is default driver in Selenium Webdriver, for IE, Chrome and Safari etc... Browsers we need to download browser drivers and set path.
Download Selenium WebDriver Java language binding and extract.

Add Selenium WebDriver jar files to Java project in Eclipse IDE.


Create Java Project
> Select Java project and right click
> Build path
> Configure Build path
> Select Libraries tab
> Click "external jars"
> Browse path of Selenium Webdriver jars.
> Add
Create Selenium WebDriver Test Case

> Import WebDriver and Firefox/IE/Chrome libraries. (In The Test Case/Program)

> Using Element locators and WebDriver Commands/methods write Test steps.

> Insert Java programming statements to enhance Test cases.
iii) Write first Selenium Test Case

Manual Test Case:

Test Case ID: gcrshop_admin_TC001

Test Case Name: Verify Admin Login in GCR Shop web portal

Test Steps:
i) Launch the Browser and navigate to "www.gcrit.com/build3/admin"
ii) Enter User name
iii) Enter Password
iv) Click "Login" Button

Input Data / Test Data:
User name =admin
Password = admin@123

Expected URL: "www.gcrit.com/build3/admin/index.php"

Actual URL: http://www.gcrit.com/build3/admin/index.php

Test Result: Pass
Selenium WebDriver Test Case:

public static void main(String[] args) {
WebDriver driver = new FirefoxDriver();//Launches Firefox Browser with blank url.
driver.get("http://www.gcrit.com/build3/admin/login.php");//Naviage to Admin home page

String url = driver.getCurrentUrl();

if (url.equals("http://www.gcrit.com/build3/admin/index.php")){
System.out.println("Login Successful - Passed");   
else {
System.out.println("Login Unsuccessful - Failed");
driver.close();//Closes the Browser