Saturday 29th January, 2011
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Selenium is one of the most widely used testing frameworks in the world. It has great support for driving a wide range of browsers and writing tests for it is extremely easy. People with little to no Selenium experience can write/record tests with little to no effort.
It can be very easy to write brittle or hard to maintain tests - simple UI changes can require large amounts of work on the tests.
Imagine that you have 1000 tests and all your tests require you to login before completing a bit of work.
if someone on your team changes the ID of the username text box and all your tests will start failing.
Updating 1000 tests is going to be a lengthy, tedious process - something that you would want to avoid!
This talk will show how to create maintainable Selenium tests using the Page Object Model, with the goal of allowing even non-technical members of the team to be able to write new tests.
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