June 20, 2012 by adam goucher
A Smattering of Selenium #91
As you’ll start to see by the timestamps of things towards the end, I’m running out of ‘new’ stuff and am pulling from the queue now.
- Fairly certain I’ve linked to this before, but seleniumwrapper adds some syntacitcal sugar around the Python bindings. Though not sure that it makes it clearer to me.
- What the heck is an xrange? is today’s Python internal geekiness post
- Functional Automated Testing Best Practices with Selenium WebDriver is the video version of these slides (wow I dislike this html slide deck trend…)
- All the WWDC 2012 Session Videos are now up. Naturally there is nothing on automation or testing, but its not like app developers do any of that stuff anyways 🙂
- All the Slides and Videos from this year’s Watir Bazaar (which is likely more valuable than the WWDC stuff…)
- Avoiding Brittle Automation is a lightning-ish talk from STPCon in New Orleans back in March
- Using a Headless Browser in .Net might be the first article I’ve seen on this for .NET. I’m officially ignoring them in Python…
- Cucumber-Crash-Course is healdless cucumber/capybara. Getting close to ignoring Ruby headless too.
- The Robots are Taking Over – reading between the lines, if you are automating the fun stuff you are doing it wrong.
- Automated Deployment of PHP Applications using git looks generic enough. You always have to watch that people actually mean ‘git’ and not ‘git as implemented by the kids at github’