Content tagged with: selenium
A detailed guide to creating a mature and paralellizable automated software testing suite. This talk will cover things such as data independence, atomic tests, state generation, testing oriented pages. It includes sample code, demos and funny cat memes.
Learn how to perform functional testing on JSF applications with Arquillian and Selenium. In modern development environments, it’s a must to include testing of Web applications as a standard part of the development lifecycle. Such tests can also be used as acceptance criteria in enterprise projects. Although full automation is possible, it is considered to be very expensive. As a result, in projects where testing is included as part of the project plan, it is also often the first requirement cut when the project schedule begins to slip.
Daniel Wagner-Hall set up and maintains the continuous integration server for the Selenium project; every check in runs several hundred tests in 30+ browser/version/OS combinations, totaling 3.5 days of tests every day!
This presentation discusses software testing automation after the fact – or adding Selenium to an existing application. With an existing application, the first step to “doin’ it rite” is to stop doing it so wrong. This talk explains where the bodies are buried when taking an existing Rails application and adding front-end testing after the fact, well after the fact (like a couple of years). What approaches worked, what hasn’t worked and why. Keywords: Cucumber, Jasmine, Rails, Sadness.
This video presents the lessons that a team has learned from having a big code base of Selenium tests for acceptance testing. It covers different ways they have developed to track their tests across different projects and how this has helped them to identify flaky tests.
Software tests that look at the system as a black box are extremely valuable. These tests are external to the application and exercise the application as a user would. This article examines how Spring Roo supports web testing using the Selenium automated web testing tool.
If you are writing automated through-the-GUI tests for a web application, you are in danger of creating software tests that are more expensive to maintain than they are worth. With well-factored Selenium RC tests running in Junit or TestNG, you can keep your abstraction layers or “Lingos” – small bounded bits of slang for discrete parts of the object model – separate, thereby reducing the maintenance costs of your tests, and improving your sanity.
This tutorial introduces the Selenium WebDriver API. It presents how to mimic usage of the following HTML elements: link , button, checkbox, select combo box, alert box and table. A video explains how to record the Selenium scenario and the code of the examples is stored in github.
Selenium is a popular framework for testing the user interface (UI) of a web application. It is an extremely powerful tool for running end-to-end functional tests. You can write tests in several programming languages and Selenium executes them into one or multiple browsers.
The FlexMonkium tools provide a consistent Flex application GUI object recognition solution with strong support for the constant Flash plug-in updates. With FlexMonkium, Flex recording and playback is seamlessly interleaved with native Selenium recording and playback. This article provides step-by-step instructions to make Rational Functional Tester works in combination with Selenium and FlexMonkium.