Category Archives: Quality Assurance

Testing Web Apps With Selenium and JavaScript

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It turns out I’ve been making the setup of Selenium 2 (Selenium Server + Webdriver) far too complicated.   As noted in my prior article, getting the client side of the equation setup with Safari is as simple as going to the developer menu and selecting “Allow Remote Automation”. The… Read more »

Installing Safari Webdriver for Selenium 2

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Automated testing with Selenium is now your best option for scripted web testing if you have been using Selenium IDE with Firefox for the past few years.  As of Firefox 55, released in August of 2017, Selenium IDE no longer works “out of the box” with the latest browser.  While… Read more »

Selenium IDE Rollups With StoredVars Logic

Selenium IDE Rollups With Arguments

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As I prepare another release of Store Locator Plus with some new features I’ve decided it is time to up my QA-fu with Selenium.   I’ve been using Selenium IDE for a while now and find that , despite being free, it is one of the best user experience testing… Read more »

Selenium IDE Extensions Hacking

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I use Selenium IDE as a tool for testing the Store Locator Plus WordPress plugin.   It is a great tool for automating browser interactions and sussing out basic problems.  With the launch of the My Store Locator Plus SaaS service we need to build more complex tests for multiple accounts… Read more »