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Tag Archives: selenium
Selenium 3.0 was finally released last week, after it was announced ages ago. The official blog article can be found here, the full change log is available here. Selenium is a tool for web developers which lets you create integration … Continue reading
Building reliable and effective functional tests for asynchronous/dynamic/single page web applications with Selenium and JUnit (1/2) – Basics
Selenium is a well established tool for browser automation and functional tests of web applications. The process to build reliable functional tests got harder since the advent of Web 2.0 applications that dynamically change the content of a page. Dima … Continue reading
A while ago, PhantomJS 1.8 was released. According to the release notes it features built in support of the WebDriver Wire Protocol that is e.g. used by Selenium to remote control browsers. The really cool thing of this feature is: … Continue reading
Arquillian is a container-oriented testing platform from the JBoss Community. It helps to separate test logic from deployment and container lifecycle concerns in order to achieve easy and fast integration tests. It works with JUnit and TestNG, Maven, Ant (+Ivy) and Gradle.
Funktionale Oberflächentests mit Selenium stellen eine effektive Methode zur Erhöhung der Qualität einer Webanwendung dar. Seit Selenium 2.0 können die Tests dabei durch die Unterstützung von HtmlUnit auch ohne Browser (headless) und damit vor allem auch wesentlich schneller ausgeführt werden. … Continue reading
Selenium 2 is out for a month now. As I had to introduce Selenium into a project, I picked the new version of Selenium (2.2). I’d like to show some of the differences between Selenium 1 and 2 that I … Continue reading