Tuesday 17th April, 2012
9:20am to 9:55am
The web is accessible anywhere; from the phone in your pocket to tablets, TVs and cars. As web developers we have a responsibility to ensure that the web stays open and accessible to everyone, regardless the kind of device being used. In developing countries mobile phone telenetworks are often built before traditional landlines offering broadband access, and ensuring that web sites work well on low-end mobile phones is an important social factor for spreading knowledge and bridging the world. Since the introduction of OperaDriver one year ago at this conference, it has taken many leaps forward in becoming device and product agnostic. The talk will demo and introduce Selenium support for all Opera devices, including baked-in support for a range of mobile emulators. Join this talk and learn how to bring the internet and testing to any device, anywhere.
Programmer at @Opera, maintainer of #OperaDriver (a Selenium WebDriver implementation). bio from Twitter
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