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August 14, 2012

A Smattering of Selenium #110

Filed under: Uncategorized — adam goucher @ 10:44 pm UTC

Dear body; what time zone are you in?

Ah well, until that battle resolves itself, here are some links.

  • Firefox the Clear Winner for Automated Testing has a wonderfully SEO friendly title, but really is just some cool usage graphs for their system. Extrapolate beyond that at your own risk.
  • Task Automation FTW! — make your application installable! I did something like this a decade ago (also using python) but finding something in my own blog seems a harder challenge than it should be.
  • Running SauceLabs Selenium test suite locally with PHPUnit explains how to solve my number one complains for the various BaaS vendor plugins.
  • And TextMate is now Open Source, ya! Under GPL3. Oh…
  • I don’t know what IFTTT is, or how to see the actual script [without joining], but Capture all Smatterings of Selenium entries to Evernote might be of interest to people. If a bit meta to be linking to it.
  • So Patrick Lightbody isn’t at Neustar (which bought Browsermob) any more (congrats on the new gig at New Relic btw!) so I was a bit worried about what was going to happen with the BrowserMob Proxy. Seems the GitHub effect has happened once more and there are others also Tweaking BrowserMob-Proxy.
  • As is the case with similar articles to Things I didn’t know about the WebKit inspector, read the comments for more things you likely didn’t know.
  • Feature Flags in JavaScript – do this!
  • Managing browsers from the command line on OS X is a bit of shell trickery I’d ashamed to admit I didn’t know. Well, the open bit at any rate.
  • Code First API Library, Scaffolding & Guidance for Coded UI Tests seems very WebDriver-esque in how to do things. Go Team! ;)
  • 1 Comment »

    1. IFTTT apparently means If This Then That :-)

      Comment by amirg — August 20, 2012 @ 9:56 am UTC | Reply


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