A Smattering of Selenium #107
Back on the train again. Wow, the highway is screwed today.
The Automation Litmus Test is one that most companies face, but now it has a name
Okay, who has more info on the bots mentioned in Meet the ‘bots’ that edit Wikipedia? Highly doubt that they are Se powered, but it is a fun mental image
Custom PHPUnit Annotations is useful magic if you are building out a framework
I’ve linked to things before about where to put things and how to find them, and purpose-oriented tests continues that trend
Moving Towards a Continuous Integration and Deployment Process is a nice explanation of how one team does Continuous Delivery. Notice how they use [human] testers.
The PageFactory is magic. And magic is not always good. As Iain found out..
- Using By objects to verify if WebElement present
- Using By objects to locate WebElements inside other WebElements
- Using By objects in canned WebDriverWait ExpectedCondition
Now, if someone wants to solve these problems using PageFactory and then update the wiki page…
The Simian Army has been unleashed! (Also know as the Netflix Chaos Monkey)
Rants of a Madman – I don’t care if it’s automation, it’s still code! is full of the ironies that testers inflict upon themselves and their teams
Capturing Performance Data from Selenium Tests is a recording from the July San Diego Web Performance Meetup
I used to believe in the tooth fairy is a nice reminder to be open to changing your mind.