Friday 28th February, 2014
11:00am to 11:50am
Working with Node.js and Selenium WebDriver has been rough. The existing bindings provided asynchronous apis leading to tests that are hard to read and write.
Testium makes this a much more pleasant experience. It provides a synchronous api to interact with the browser via tests or an interactive console. It also includes some WebDriver workarounds to provide things like response status codes.
In this talk, we’ll explore the reasons behind creating testium, a showcase of how it seamlessly pulls Mocha, Node.js, and Selenium WebDriver together, and look into its future.
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