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Commented on Headless Selenium testing with PhantomJS
Here's a couple URLs that denote how much of the Selenium wire protocol has been implemented: http://blog.ivandemarino.me/2012/10/05/GhostDriver-90-and-priorities https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Am63grtxc7bDdGNqX1ZPX2VoZlE2ZHZhd09lNDkzbkE#gid=0...
Posted Headless Selenium testing with PhantomJS to Brian Medley
As you know, Selenium is a marvelous library for automating a browser. It can be combined with Test::More and PhantomJS to provide a headless test suite.
An example script looks like:
#!/opt/perl use Selenium::Remote::Driver; use Selenium::Remote::WDK…
Commented on Selenium WebDriver with automated Basic Auth credentials
Thanks for the comment. I should have mentioned that an alternative approach is to have the credentials embedded in the url. However, that does not work in every scenario because some proxies require manual authentication. In addition, I believe the...
Posted Selenium WebDriver with automated Basic Auth credentials to Brian Medley
Selenium is a marvelous library for automating browsers. Perl has an interface via Selenium::Remote::Driver. A short script looks like:
use Selenium::Remote::Driver; my $driver = new Selenium::Remote::Driver; $driver->get(‘http://www.google.com’); pri…
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