July 24, 2012 by adam goucher
A Smattering of Selenium #104
I think everyone is on holidays right now…
- Firefox 15 plugs the add-on leaks — Hey look! Openness from Mozilla! I’m not kidding when I say I want to see more of these; from all browser vendors.
- JUnit Oath — when geeks collide!
- Integration Tests With Cucumber-Jvm, Selenium and Maven is nice in that is shows the use of profiles (which is pretty much maven’s killer feature) but it uses Se-RC. Stop doing that!
- Testing your patience …. – Iain is on a role with 4 Se related posts in a week.
- Testing CSV file uploads is a RoR recipe
- Enforced Randomization is a lightning talk from last week’s CAST conference. I like the definition of the types of randomization
- Living with HTTPS explains some things you will want to be looking at in your Page Object validate() methods.
- Selenium on Fedora 17 is good once you ignore the first section. Se-Core is not a thing anymore; you don’t need to install it.
- Remove the annoying certificate error page when running selenium tests – You know, if you just DON’T USE INVALID OR SELF-SIGNED CERTIFICATES IN YOUR AUTOMATION ENVIRONMENTS then you don’t have this problem.
- I’m not sure how successful podcasts of programming sessions will be, but Every Android session from Google I/O 2012 is now available for your listening pleasure via the Android Developers Live podcast!. Of course, nothing on TDD, Automation or Testing. As usual. Testing tools being a lagging indicator indeed.