Exprimental fork of Framework for UI Automation Testing. Web, Mobile, Desktop

nuget, ui, automation, testing, web, mobile, qa, framework, epam, pageobjects, selenium
Install-Package AlexeyKuptsov.Jdi.Web -Version 1.0.49


JDI UI Test Automation Framework

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Copyright (c) 2016, EPAM Systems

License: GPL v3. GPL License


First step: just download this simplest Java example and run test

No special actions required (Just put chromedriver.exe into src\main\resources see example)


JDI – is the test Framework for UI test automation. It extends the Page Objects design pattern and introduces many additional elements along with implementation of its common usages.

The framework bases on the following concept: “Easy things should be easy, and hard things should be possible” Larry Wall (c).

Thus, all elements of the framework and all capabilities it provides have default realizations that would be used in most cases.

However, if your application performs some actions in a different way, you can override this behavior on any level - just for this element, for all elements with the same type, or even customize the scenario of actions for all elements.

Similarly, you can use any external tools and frameworks for the relevant functionality - different loggers, reporting tools, drivers test runners, and asserters.

We strive to make the test process easier and full of joy.

Enjoy to us! :)

How to use


@JSite(domain = "")
public class EpamSite extends WebSite {

    @JPage(url = "/", title = "EPAM | Software Product Development Services")
    public static HomePage homePage;
    @JPage(url = "/careers", title = "Careers")
    public static CareerPage careerPage;

    @FindBy(css = ".tile-menu>li>a")              // Menu with limited list of options described by enum Header menu
    public static Menu<HeaderMenu> headerMenu; 
    @FindBy(css = ".tile-menu>li>a")              // List of elements accessible only by index
    public static List<Label> listMenu;
    @FindBy(css = ".tile-menu>li>a")              // List of elements with ability to access by name
    public static Elements<Label> listMenu;


public class CareerPage extends WebPage {
    @FindBy(className = "job-search-input")       // Simple Text field
    public ITextField keywords;

    public IDropDown<JobCategories> category = new Dropdown<>(  // Complex Dropdown with two locators
    @FindBy(className = "career-location-box")    // Simple Dropdown
    public IDropDown<Locations> city;

    @FindBy(className = "job-search-button")      // Simple Button
    public IButton selectButton;



public class AddCVForm extends Form<Attendee> {  
    @FindBy(css = "[placeholder='First Name']") 
    private ITextField name;
    @FindBy(css = "[placeholder='Last Name']")  
    private ITextField lastName;
    @FindBy(css = "[placeholder='Email']")      
    private ITextField email;
    private IDropDown country = new Dropdown<>(
        By.cssSelector(".country-wrapper .arrow"), 
    private IDropDown city = new Dropdown<>(
        By.cssSelector(".city-wrapper .arrow"), 
    @FindBy(css = ".file-upload")               
    private RFileInput cv;
    @FindBy(css = ".comment-input")             
    private ITextArea comment;

    @FindBy(xpath = "//*[.='Submit']")          
    private IButton submit;
    @FindBy(xpath = "//*[.='Cancel']")          
    private IButton cancel;


How to add

Java (Maven):







NOTE: You need to setup Java version 8 or higher (see instruction on Maven site or example here)


Add Nuget package "JDI.UIWeb" to your solution


Java tests

C# tests

Methods Documentation



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