This lesson explores how you can download this course's recipes and run them in the IDE of your choice.

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Installing Editors or IDEs

The choice of editors varies from person to person. Many programmers like to use editors or IDEs like Sublime Text and WebStorm, etc., to write JavaScript. Some of the IDEs even provide built-in support for Node.js as well. For this course, I had used Visual Studio Code, which is a free source code editor developed by Microsoft. Visual Studio Code runs on Windows, Linux, and OS X. You can download and install VS Code from here.

Recipe scripts

Test scripts for all recipes can be downloaded from this website. The username and password for the website are as follows:

  • Username: agileway
  • Password: LOADWISE10

They are all in a ready-to-run state. I have included the target web pages/sites as well as Selenium test scripts on the website. There are two kinds of target web pages: local HTML files and web pages on a live site. An Internet connection is required to run tests written for a live site.

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