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.
Tutorials and resources on how to apply functional testing in software testing
This blog post presents an interesting vision of how functional software testing works. It discusses the lack of profiency in functional testing and references James Bach SFDPO (Structure, Function, Data, Platform, Operations) heuristic as a guide for providing new functional testing perspectives.
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.
AS Customer Support Engineer at SauceLabs, Santiago Suarez Ordoñez has answered more than 3,000 support emails. After a first video Top Tips For Writing Better Selenium Tests, he shares in this more tips to improve your Selenium tests so they run quicker and more efficiently locally and in the cloud.
The Functional Testing Tools Directory presents a list of commercial or open source functional software testing tools like Selenium, Cucumber or JBehave. The web site also proposes pointers to tools reviews or presentations and contains a page of resources associated to functional software testing. Visit http://www.functionaltestingtools.com/