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Lesson 6 - Acceptance Tests of Real Applications in C# .NET

In the previous lesson, Testing in C# .NET - More Selenium WebDriver Syntax, we discussed the syntax of the Selenium client in C# .NET. To finish acceptance testing and move a bit further, let's take a look at some of the acceptance tests source code from real applications. Their author is Jindrich Maca.


Let's start with something simpler. When you're a really busy programmer, but want to maintain your social life, you can resort to automated solutions. The source code of the test below likes all your friends' social posts. Among other things, there's an example of using JavaScript, which we haven't shown yet. Let's look at the code and explain it right away.


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In this C# .NET tutorial, we'll show some code from real applications' tests that address interesting issues.

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