Currently I use Python 3.10 and Selenium. I used here in the area of functional testing here in particular UI Testing accordingly also Selenium screenshots. But since I work on different computers, the paths to the folder change accordingly.
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import unittest import HtmlTestRunner from selenium import webdriver from selenium.common.exceptions import NoAlertPresentException from selenium.common.exceptions import NoSuchElementException from selenium.webdriver.chrome.service import Service from webdriver_manager.chrome import ChromeDriverManager # logging.basicConfig(filename = file_name, level = logging.DEBUG) ### Browser Testing Checklist ### ''' Browser Testing Checklist Project name: | <required> | Project manager name: | <required> | Project description: | <required> | Browser Test Plan Which browser versions are being used by your target audience? Can you ensure the availability of all those browser versions? Which devices / hardware is needed for conducting those browser tests? Content yes/no Are all images available across browsers? Are used fonts working for every browser version? Are all audio files available for every browser? Can the content be consumed on every browser version? Layout yes/no Is the layout consistent? Are all layout element behaving as expected? Is the (responsive) layout working in all browser versions? Are animations and effects running smoothly and as expected? Functionality yes/no Are all features useable in the targeted browser versions? Are all available integrations and 3rd party services running as expected? Are all forms and other dynamic interactions working across browsers? "Are all interactions working equally good with touch input (e.g. from a mobile device) and mouse input (e.g. from a desktop computer)?" Information: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cVWP19y7YKtGlMKgWbPkTdzmMJICLTtFb_g5UrC-dMA/edit#gid=0 ''' '''Define class''' class OpenDevcrowd(unittest.TestCase): def setUp(self): self.driver = webdriver.Chrome(service=Service(ChromeDriverManager().install())) self.driver.implicitly_wait(30) self.base_url = "https://www.google.com/" self.verificationErrors =  self.accept_next_alert = True ### Start Testing here:### # what is testing # | window size | target | # tomyside Page | 1920, 994 | https://tomyside.com/ | '''Start Test Mainpage here ''' def test_tomyside_mainpage(self): # Test name: open_tomyside_mainpage # Step # | name | target | value # 1 | open | / | self.driver.get("https://www.tomyside.com/") # 2 | setWindowSize | 1920x994 | self.driver.set_window_size(1920, 994) # 3 | wait | wait 30 | self.driver.implicitly_wait(30) # 4 | wait | wait 30 | self.driver.save_screenshot("/home/myspaceonlinux/PycharmProjects/Hybrid_Testframework/Framework/Media/Screenshots/Mainpage/mainpage.png") # 5 | close | Firefox | self.driver.close() ''' Setup: This part is for Assertion setup, logging and more ''' def is_element_present(self, how, what): try: self.driver.find_element(by=how, value=what) except NoSuchElementException as e: return False return True def is_alert_present(self): try: self.driver.switch_to_alert() except NoAlertPresentException as e: return False return True def close_alert_and_get_its_text(self): try: alert = self.driver.switch_to_alert() alert_text = alert.text if self.accept_next_alert: alert.accept() else: alert.dismiss() return alert_text finally: self.accept_next_alert = True def tearDown(self): self.driver.quit() self.assertEqual(, self.verificationErrors) if __name__ == '__main__': unittest.main(testRunner=HtmlTestRunner.HTMLTestRunner( output='/home/tomyspace/PycharmProjects/Hybrid_Testframework/Framework/Media/TestRun_Logs'))
Is there a possibility to set the paths in the structure so that they can still be executed on different computers without constantly adjusting the path?