Selenium is a suite of tools to automate web app testing across many platforms. Selenium runs in many browsers and operating systems. It can be controlled by many programming languages and testing frameworks. In this video Simon Stewart and Jason Huggins give an update on the progress of Selenium 2, and answer questions from the audience. Selenium 2.0a6 release brings new features like Android support, Firefox 4 support and experimental IE9 support.
Video Producer: London Selenium Meetup Group
GWT has a lot of little-publicized infrastructure that can help you build apps The Right Way: test-driven development, code coverage, comprehensive unit tests, and integration testing using Selenium or WebDriver. This session will survey GWT’s testing infrastructure, describe some best practices we’ve developed at Google, and help you avoid common pitfalls.
Molybdenum is web UI testing made easy. Capture and replay, modularized and maintainable tests with bricks, data binding with external files, reporting with simple rerun possibilities, test other media than HTML like PDF with helper applications. It provides integration into build tools like ANT and Maven. Molybdenum is based on selenium-core. While SeleniumIDE is focusing on developers with export to different programming languages and crossbrowser testing, Molybdenum is focused on simple test execution, reporting, test parameterization for everybody participating in your team. This video shows how to do cross browser testing with Molybdenum.
Continuous Integration is a software development practice where members of a team integrate their work frequently. Each integration is verified by an automated build to find problems as quickly as possible. Many teams discover that this approach leads to significantly reduced integration problems and allows a team to develop cohesive software more rapidly. In our talk, we’ll show how our team uses open-source tools, particularly Selenium Grid and Hudson, to test the web applications we make. Raymond Etornam will cover how we moved from testing them using basic Selenium IDE in Selenese/PHP to a more structured system, where our tests are run using Hudson and Selenium Grid, in Python. Stephen Donner will co-lead, providing more of the historical background.keep looking »