February 7, 2011 by adam goucher
A Smattering of Selenium #40
You would think by now that I wouldn’t be surprised by the number of links I collect in a week.
- The big news last week is that we (Selenium) have successfully avoided the whole Hudson/Jenkins drama by joining the Software Freedom Conservancy.
- Speaking of Hudson/Jenkins, here is how to upgrade a Hudson install to Jenkinss
- I don’t like a lot of the messaging of the whole ‘Lean Startup’ scene, but they have some things to steal though. Is Deploying to Production 50x/Day a GOOD Idea? lists some
- Immune Systems
- Visibility of Changes
- Release is a Marketing Term
- Finding Usability Bugs with Automated Tests covers automation to discover Layout and Navigation accessibility and usability problems through automation
- Watir Day it the day before Selenium Conf; come hang out and learn about our Ruby sibling
- The PHPUnit docs have been updated to include an example of a Data Provider that returns an Iterator object. This caused me a half day of pain so is getting a link. (Data Providers are awesome btw. Not just in PHPUnit, but in xUnit frameworks.)
- The first half of Regular Expressions and Pattern Matching with BrowserMob and Selenium is only going to be useful to you if you are a BrowserMob VU user, but the second half is interesting or very important depending on how crazy your site is to automate. If you are using XPath and not doing starts-with, ends-with or contains you are writing brittle locators.
- Starting Test Automation for a Legacy Project is a summary of a thread on the Agile Testing mailing list
- The demo code in DDD9 – Slides and thoughts has examples of using Page Objects for C#
- splinter seems to be one of the first projects to wrap around / build upon Se2