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Generates cssSelector and xPath for Selenium

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Description from store @FindBy is a Google Chrome Web Extension that generates CSS Selectors and XPath for selected items on a web page. It comes with an intuitive UI that helps the end user understand the DOM structure in a simple tabular form with the element attributes. @FindBy enables the user to select the HTML tag attributes and generate relative CSS selectors and XPath. The generated CSS selectors and XPath in automation testing tools like Selenium, Protractor, etc. @FindBy helps UI automation test engineers in generating complete CSS selectors and XPath by just a click of checkboxes. It's faster and accurate and will save tons of time spent in analyzing the DOM and writing your CSS selectors and XPath. Let's stop writing custom and complex CSS selectors and XPath and start GENERATING!

Latest reviews

  • (2023-03-30) Somesh Korke: I have used this utility for many times now. Its just a plug and play , saves a lot of time to assemble your Xpath for deep dive elements :) , lot of pointers to catch CSS information quickly. Very helpful. Vignesh, your hunger to get innovative solutions to the product development , process development makes you even more brilliant and get going ! Keep going !! Thank you.
  • (2021-05-27) Ramachander Arvind: Hi, I'm writing this review after using @FindBy for a while now, believe me I've used several utilities to locate elements in DOM, but nothing helped flexibly like how @FindBy did. This utility comes with immense options: 1. Ability to custom pick the attributes for locating an element in DOM. 2. Generate locators based on Ancestors, Preceding/Following siblings & Descendants is incredible. 3. Displays "Element count" which helps the developer to uniquely identify an element by adding custom attributes/relative elements to generate the locator. 4. Ready to use locators by clicking on Xpath/CSS icons (with integrated Copy to clipboard) Overall, its a splendid utility and a huge time saver for automation community to generate element locators.
  • (2021-04-26) Maria: Looks really good. Using this anyone can create xpath to identify the elements.
  • (2021-04-21) Brave Johen: not working
  • (2021-04-21) Jeberson Chelladurai: @FindBy helps automation engineer in writing complex xpath and css. DOM structure of the current element along with parents helps to locate/write effective xpath/css. Excellent tool for identifying locators
  • (2021-04-19) Srinivas Kumar: @FindBy utility is simply marvellous and very handy to generate xpaths and CSS. It's time saver for Automation developers and covers all the scenarios with related to sibiling,tables,ancestors,calibrations and many more. Nice Tutorial.Feeling so much joy for you. What an impressive achievement!
  • (2021-04-19) sevanthi priya: The pain point of an automation tester is to locate the right element using xpath. this tool has made the process of element identification very simple and accurate. This saves us a lot of time.
  • (2021-04-19) Arun Kumar Baskaran: @FindBy is very helpful for automation people to get XPath and CSS. It is lot more easier than other extensions. No need to open Chrome console for finding XPath, Simply with the right click on the element i got XPath. The way to navigating to parent and child elements are excellent. Thanks to the offerer...😊
  • (2021-04-16) Balamurugan V: @FindBy is Very Good extension for the novice test automation people to get the details of xpath and CSS. Tabular form of DOM structure is an excellent way of analyze and select. This extension saves lot of my test automation time.
  • (2021-04-02) sathish ramajayan: Excellent utility for test automation engineers to generate relative xpath and css. It is like instant food :). Open the app under test, right click on the target element and booom. I got all the flexibility to generate more reliable and roboust css selector. Thanks :) it is charm!!


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4.3 (11 votes)
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2021-04-14 / 1.3
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