July 28, 2013 by adam goucher
A Smattering of Selenium #155
A ‘should be scripting, but brain stuck in neutral so closing some tabs’ edition of the Smattering.
- The slippery slope isn’t automation related, but if your employer does these things I’d suggest logging a bug and then finding an ethical job
- Why Package Signing is not the Holy Grail – crypto / security is hard. Also, I have a signed package for you to install…
- PHP and Async requests with file based sessions could be a way to speed up a PHP site. Which in turn reduces the amount of time your scripts take to run
- Canadipsum, eh? just because. (eh)
- Using CodedUI testautomation without UIMap files brings Page Objects to CodedUI
- Continuous Delivery Workshop With Neal Ford (@Neal4D) – a Retrospective – yup, the hard part is not the technical bit, but the people parts
- librarian-puppet says You can all stop using git submodules now which is good enough for me
- Highlighting the element before any clicks: A foray into the AbstractEventListener — the event listener stuff is something I need to sort out.
- phpci is built specifically for php apps, and doesn’t pretend to have the features something like jenkins does
- Beware subclassing Ruby core classes – there are likely parallels in other languages as well.