|I’m presenting “Testing Web Applications with Selenium, NUnit and .NET” at the .NET User’s Group in CT http://www.ctdotnet.org/ on Feb 11.|
- Where did Selenium come from?
- How to get started fast.
- Reading Page Source
- Clicking DOM elements
- Using Selenium for AJAX based applications
- Testing on multiple browsers
- Separating test from the Page
- Keeping your test DRY
- Dealing with Alerts, Confirms, and Prompts
- Ideas on where to use Selenium other than testing.
- Gotchas and other considerations
Come prepared for a demo intensive presentation with a separate demo for each concept.
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