I was wondering if it would be possible to be used in different architectures and older devices?eg arm based. Probably a very very very long shot, but just daydreamingthanks
Chrome OS is here to test... A much anticipated piece of cool stuff by testers as it was supposed to be open source in testing as well...
Great work!!! Congratulations!!!CheersDiego
What exactly U guys tested for Chrome OS ..?? Can u please share u r TC list.
@Nicholas - The source code is available now and you're welcome to try it on older devices, or to port it to other hardware architectures e.g. to ARM-based systems. An earlier official blog post mentions ARM explicitly http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/07/introducing-google-chrome-os.html@tabbasi & @ Piyush - tests are being provided as part of the project e.g. http://git.chromium.org/viewvc/chrome/trunk/src/testing/ We will post more material in the coming months, both the actual tests, and on how we test, our experiences and results, etc.@Diego - thank you :)
Have you used xUnit framework to drive your Selenium tests or you've developed your own engine?thanks
Where is Selenium testing scripts? If any. I can only find autotest. Thanks
I cannot find where selenium testing scripts are. Could you point it out?ThanksEric
Can we run automation in Chromebook?
which automation tool is used to automate chrome app & how to run same tests on Chromebook?
Does it possible to run automation test for packaged app in chromebook device itself. which APIs ( like selenium, protractor, appium) we can leverage to do the same. could anyone please guide here.
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