Software Testing

Data driven Selenium in JUnit via @Parameters

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I played around a bit with iteration using JUnit today. I have some generic tests that behave differently depending on the values fed to them. I don’t want to have iteration code living alongside each test (maintenance nightmare), so I wanted to use JUnit’s @Parameters tag to pull in my test data via a Preferences […]

Software Testing

My Selenium setup so far

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I’m having a lot of fun with this Selenium gig (shh, don’t tell anyone). There have been a few yaks shaved and I’ve seen the inside of some rabbit holes, but there seems to be a lot of good material online to guide you. At this point, I’m running my tests directly from eclipse, though […]

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Adieu to QTP. Now for a closer look at Selenium

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To borrow from Groucho Marx – QTP, I’ve had a wonderful time, but  this wasn’t it. So thankfully I’ve been able to step away from QTP for the moment. Given that QTP doesn’t recognise Firefox so well after v3.6, and since we use a firefox plugin for most of our mobile testing (FireMobileSimulator), yours truly […]