January 3, 2012 by adam goucher
A Smattering of Selenium #72
January means its time to escape from under the deadlines I found myself under during December so some of this stuff is a month old (or older!). Hopefully it is still interesting though.
- Localizing automation well is something I’ve seen people struggle with. Creating Multi-Language Web Applications with Zend_Translate is a possible solution for PHP folks.
- Using Spinach with Selenium and of course Spinach seems to be a different implementation of Cucumber. (And yes, I’m sure that’s a great oversimplification.)
- Introducing Android WebDriver more or less made the selenium search I have for twitter useless for a day-and-a-half with all the retweets.
- Selenium Webdriver – Wait for an element to load shows the difference between an explicit and implicit wait
- Testing GWT Apps with Selenium or WebDriver – take note of problem 3. Friends don’t let friends use GWT…
- The developer’s guide to browser adoption rates is the sort of thing anyone doing browser automation needs to know about
- integrate your selenium test cases into nagios – this is something I keep thinking I should try out.
- Continuous Integration Principles–Task Size Rules has a diagram that seems about right — even if I haven’t really thought about it in great depth.
- Another robust way of how to locate ajax elements using Selenium 2 + webdriver kinda looks like a re-implementation of the WebDriverWait stuff
- A tale of three ruby automated testing APIs (redux) was in an earlier queue, until he pulled it down. Now that its back, its back here too.