Iam eagerly waiting for BITE server.
Nice article, thanks for penning it Jason.
Interesting project, but wouldn't it have been more productive to enhance Selenium with these features rather than reinvent the wheel? Seems like you could have just as easily made a Selenium IDE extension for Chrome with the same issue tracker integration, and the benefit that you could leverage the existing Selenium Grid and Webdriver capabilities. Bit disappointing that instead we end up with two frameworks with a disjoint set of capabilities.
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Is there a test framework for C# GUI in google?
Nice article.Liked the simplicity and ease of thought process.
I'm reading this a http://googletesting.blogspot.com/ and most of the images don't show up (same for older posts). Is it just me or is this a problem with the site?
It is great to see that a paradign once deemed as useless - record-and-playback - has emerged as the most efficient solution to your problems. I still have a question though, a basic question... How does the framework copes with dynamically generated GUI elements and changing data, DOM or IDs, do you have to code that in after you record the tests like us, regular human beings? How doesn´t that add lots of time to the "re-recording" task?
Is this record and playback is available for all to user?
is this record and playback is available for everyone use?
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