Entries with tag selenium .

Accessing eGov services with a OSX 10.9 now works

Since we know now how to successfully compile the latest version of OpenSC under OSX we can finally use the drivers. The problem was not so much as "knowing" how to compile but was related to all the dependencies needed, stuff like Auxilary tools for XCode. More on that in another blog post where we will go into great detail on how we got our system to successfully compile and create a .dmg...
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Workshop SFScon13

This year during the  SFScon 2013  we held a very interesting workshop based around Selenium and TestingMachine. We were lucky enough to have  Julian Harty here to host this even, and provide the core development team with some incredibly useful tips and insights. The main focus of the workshop revolved around testing more efficiently, especially when it comes to testing...
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Adding more machines to Testing Machine

One of our biggest concerns was always been able to scale upwards. It seems this is luckily not the case with our project. In order to make sure that eGov services work under many different platforms and browsers (also different versions of browsers since the release cycle is high) we need to be able to quickly add a new virtual machine for testing. This week Fedora was added to the setup...
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Automating Tests

Slowly but surely tests are being automated on a daily basis meaning we are using  https://github.com/tis-innovation-park/vmm  as tool to start virtual machines and running Selenium to test eGovernment services. Cron is being used daily to run tests, results ared copied back to the host machine and then uploaded to a server where the results are displayed. The results can be seen...
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First steps testing on Android

I spent some time today and yesterday understanding the process of how Selenium on Android works, and well getting some basic tests actually running on Android. The Selenium Android Driver can be found here  http://code.google.com/p/selenium/downloads/list  with quite a good how-to on getting things up and running  http://code.google.com/p/selenium/wiki/AndroidDriver . ...
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