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May 13, 2013 by adam goucher

A Smattering of Selenium #148

Gotta start this up again…

  • The Evil Tester Guide To HTTP Proxies appears to be more for using proxies for manual testing, but you should be running your automation through one as well so it helps to understand the magic that takes place.
  • New BrowserMob Proxy release. Bindings should all be updated for the newly exposed methods in a couple days.
  • 5 Things You Should Stop Doing With jQuery – Not sure whats better, the content, or the Saved By The Bell theme
  • testtools is the latest hotness in the world of Python runners?
  • Boris looks pretty useful for the PHP folks
  • Google’s Scaled Trunk Based Development – even if you are not Google, you should be doing this. Or as much as you can (again, you are likely not Google)
  • Reliably Testing Asynchronous UI W/ RSpec and Capybara isn’t new, but the wait_for_dom thing is new [to me]
  • In defense of <canvas> – canvas worries me
  • One Does Not Simply Set Profile for Remote Chrome is Watir, but links to the pure WebDriver in SO article. I don’t think any of the other bindings deliver chrome profiles over the wire…
  • The Moodle Functional Test Automation Harness – always fun to peek into other’s suites
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