June 12, 2012 by adam goucher
A Smattering of Selenium #85
Two days in a row! Take that doubters!
- Automated Software Testing: An Example of a Working Solution is an interesting take on designing an automation system for the US DoD. It sure as heck isn’t how I would do it, but I can understand how this context might lead to this solution. And it seems like it is Eclipse based which is even worse a decision. 🙂
- 5 Tips on Finding a Mobile Job in Toronto is pretty focused, but also applies to non-mobile jobs outside of Toronto.
- Application Cache: Douchebag is another one of those things you need to grok if you are going to automate HTML5 goodies
- Before you run your automation against an Android app, you might want to run Android Lint against it.
- Abmash aims to deal with the element location problem only using the visible cues a user could see. In my experience, this leads to scripts that work fine — until you need to deal with multiple languages at which point it falls on its face. Hard. But…
- Improving your code with modern idioms is Python focused and is something I need to keep open whenever I write new code…
- More on Jasmine – Confidence.js
- Gas Mask seems like it would be pretty cool. There are of course some bugs, and the project seems rather dormant. Oh. And writing Objective C is a pain… but I really want something like this!
- Automatically download and install VirtualBox guest additions in Vagrant. Yup. That’s what it does.