- Mine: Selenium Simplified [amazon.com] [amazon.co.uk] published by Compendium Developments
- David’s: Selenium 1.0 Testing Tools [amazon.com] [amazon.co.uk] published by Packt
Wednesday, 29 December 2010
Saturday, 17 July 2010
Wednesday, 30 June 2010
But, by using reflection to automatically generate code for a java class we can run the highlight command prior to executing other Selenium commands, without amending our existing tests. And answer the question, "what if Selenium's Highlight Command was always on?"
Wednesday, 26 May 2010
Friday, 2 April 2010
Friday, 19 March 2010
A HUD (Heads Up Display) allows us to ‘see at a glance’ important real time information that we might not otherwise have access to. And allows us to increase our perception of ‘reality’. We will build one that gives us a little more insight into web sites we test.
Saturday, 13 March 2010
I looked around for a simple way of getting count from a CSS selector.
I found this blog post by Aditya Ivaturi, but since I like to keep my Selenium setup and tests pretty simple, I wanted a much lower maintenance way of implementing the getCSSCount functionality.
Thursday, 11 March 2010
Monday, 8 March 2010
Thursday, 4 March 2010
I recently had the good fortune at work to have tested an Amazon cloud hosted application. And this led to the test team having to investigate alternative performance test tools. We settled on BrowserMob and we have loved it.
I wish BrowserMob had an affiliate program, then I might get some cash if I send you off to their site. But they don’t, and I’m only writing this because I think they have a great tool and want to draw your attention to it.
Wednesday, 3 March 2010
Hey You. Are you a tester?
Sunday, 28 February 2010
I quickly learned that I should not use lulu.com to build a wee self-contained community, where you can keep your beta customers up to date with future releases, because lulu.com doesn’t tell you anything about the people that bought your book (or if it does, I could not find the option).
Saturday, 27 February 2010
And obviously, if Evil Tester did do automated web testing, he wouldn’t use something as prosaic as Selenium or Watir, he’d want some ‘proper’ automata.