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Getting Started with Selenium - Chapter 7: How To Scale Your Tests
Posted by Bill McGee in Guest Blog PostsSelenium Resources

This post is the seventh in a series of “Getting Started with Selenium Testing” posts from Dave Haeffner, a noted expert on Selenium and automated testing, and a frequent contributor to the Sauce blog and Selenium community. This series is for those who are brand new to test automation with Selenium and a new chapter will be posted every Tuesday (eight chapters in all). How To Scale [...]

Guest Post: Designing a Ruby-based Sauce Test Automation Framework

Designing a Ruby-based Sauce Test Automation Framework – The What and the Why When we start developing regression test suites for our codebase, we encounter issues such as code duplication, repetition of setup code, searching for required section of code from actual test code, managing different layers of tests such as field level, section level, page level and application level test code. [...]

Getting Started with Selenium: Chapter 5 - Writing Resilient Test Code
Posted by Bill McGee in Guest Blog PostsSelenium Resources

This post is the fifth in a series of “Getting Started with Selenium Testing” posts from Dave Haeffner, a noted expert on Selenium and automated testing, and a frequent contributor to the Sauce blog and Selenium community. This series is for those who are brand new to test automation with Selenium and a new chapter will be posted every Tuesday (eight chapters in all). Writing [...]

Getting Started with Selenium - Chapter 4: How To Reuse Your Test Code
Posted by Bill McGee in Guest Blog PostsSelenium Resources

This post is the fourth in a series of “Getting Started with Selenium Testing” posts from Dave Haeffner, a noted expert on Selenium and automated testing, and a frequent contributor to the Sauce blog and Selenium community. This series is for those who are brand new to test automation with Selenium and a new chapter will be posted every Tuesday (eight chapters in all). How To Reuse [...]

Getting Started with Selenium - Chapter 3: Writing Your First Selenium Test
Posted by Bill McGee in Guest Blog PostsSelenium Resources

This post is the third in a series of “Getting Started with Selenium Testing” posts from Dave Haeffner, a noted expert on Selenium and automated testing, and a frequent contributor to the Sauce blog and Selenium community. This series is for those who are brand new to test automation with Selenium and a new chapter will be posted every Tuesday (eight chapters in all). Writing Your [...]

Selenium at Salesforce Scale - South Bay Selenium Meetup Tonight!
Posted by Bill McGee in EventsSelenium Resources

Tonight's South Bay Selenium Meetup features a presentation from Greg Wester (@gwestr) titled "Selenium at Salesforce Scale". Salesforce has an inventory of more than 100,000 Selenium tests and Greg will discuss how they run them at scale, as well as provide practical advice on how to architect test harnesses for success. The meetup begins at 6:30 and will be held at LinkedIn (2025 Stierlin [...]

Getting Started with Selenium – Chapter 2: How To Write a Good Acceptance Test
Posted by Bill McGee in Guest Blog PostsSelenium Resources

This post is the second in a series of “Getting Started with Selenium Testing” posts from Dave Haeffner, a noted expert on Selenium and automated testing, and a frequent contributor to the Sauce blog and Selenium community. This series is for those who are brand new to test automation with Selenium and a new chapter will be posted every Tuesday for the next two months. How To Write [...]

Getting Started with Selenium Testing - 1st in a Series
Posted by Bill McGee in Guest Blog PostsSelenium Resources

This post is the first in a series of "Getting Started with Selenium Testing" posts from Dave Haeffner, a noted expert on Selenium and automated testing, and a frequent contributor to the Sauce blog and Selenium community. This series is for those who are brand new to test automation with Selenium and a new chapter will be posted every Tuesday for the next two months. The First Thing You Need To [...]

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