I recently gave a talk on browser automation and using Selenium with WebDriver. Not only that, I gave a demo of using Selenium, WebDriver, xUnit, and creating a fluent API to create a framework that makes tests easy to compose. Check them out and let me know what you think! Selenium is a fantastic way to get a ton of value from automated front-end tests.
About The Author
Ryan is a Microsoft MVP award winner with over eight years of software experience, working with big-name clients such as Discovery Channel, AOL, Toyota, and the National Academy of Sciences. Ryan has helped teams deliver award-winning applications that drive business processes, site traffic, and profit, putting his experience and creativity to work to build amazing solutions for the enterprise web, desktop and mobile platforms.
How to Build an RSS Feed Reader in Windows Phone 7 – Part I: Retrieving, Parsing, and Displaying Post Titles
August 24, 2010
August 6, 2010
"Enabling SessionState for SharePoint 2010" OR "This report failed to load because session state is not turned on."
July 12, 2010
- Synchronize Node.JS Install Version with Visual Studio 2015
- Redirect WWW to Non-WWW using the Web.config
- Use CSS background:rbga to Darken Background Photos For Improved UX
- Why Math is Important for Software Engineering (Even if You Never Use it Again)
- How to run Docker Windows Containers with McAfee Endpoint Security
- NServiceBus: Could not enumerate all types
- Using DataAnnotations with Entity Framework 4 Entities for a More Dynamic MVC Model
- How To "Completely" Set-Up TypeScript in Visual Studio 2012
- Automating Daily Status Reports with Project Server and Team Foundation Server
- [MSBuild output] CSC : fatal error CS2008: No inputs specified