Articles Tagged ‘webdriver’

Layout Testing with Galen, JUnit and Maven

Monday, May 16th, 2016

Writing tests not only to verify the behaviour of a web site but also the correctness of its layout especially for responsive websites is not always easy.

Luckily the Galen Framework eases the task of writing layout tests for us, offering a specialized domain-specific-language to write layout-specifications, it integrates well with Selenium Grid, Sauce Labs or BrowserStack, it offers an easy way to deal with different browser sizes and responsive designs and it generates nice, detailed test reports.

In the following tutorial I’m going to implement a JUnit test for the layout of a blog article of mine to demonstrate Galen’s basic features and the integration of it with JUnit and the Maven build tool.


Running JavaScript Tests with Maven, Jasmine and PhantomJS

Sunday, May 4th, 2014

Sometimes in a project there is the need to run tests for your client-side code, written in JavaScript from a Maven build.
One reason might be that Maven manages a complex build life-cycle in your project and you need a close integration for your JavaScript tests, another one might be that you’re in an environment where it is complicated to install and manage additional software like an integration- or build-server.


A short Introduction to ScalaTest

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

ScalaTest is an excellent framework to write concise, readable tests for your Scala or Java code with less effort.

In addition it integrates well with a variety of frameworks like JUnit, TestNG, Ant, Maven, sbt, ScalaCheck, JMock, EasyMock, Mockito, ScalaMock, Selenium, Eclipse, NetBeans, and IntelliJ.

In the following short tutorial we’re going to write some tests using ScalaTest exploring features like rich matchers, BDD syntax support or web tests using Selenium/Webdriver.


Selenium WebDriver, Selenium Server and PageObjects by Example

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

A lot has changed since Selenium RC and WebDriver has given us a new syntax to write tests for our web pages. PageObjects add an abstraction to the pages under test and finally we’re able to programatically start Selenium server instances and use them to run the tests.

In the following tutorial, we’re writing some tests using PageObjects, WebDriver, Selenium Server and finally we’re even taking some screenshots of our tested web pages..