Public Notes by chase_ats Tagged #user_testing

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"Normally Capybara expects to be testing an in-process Rack application, but you can also use it to talk to a web server running anywhere on the internets, by setting app_host:" _To reiterate, this way capybara isn't expecting to be testing within the current ruby rack app's urls ##dynamic_screen_scraping #capybara #automation #pub

_"Using the DSL elsewhere" You can mix the DSL into any context by including Capybara::DSL…This enables its use in unsupported testing frameworks, and for general-purpose scripting."_ #capybara ##dynamic_screen_scraping #screen_scraping #user_testing #pub
"is a feature rich testing framework for meteor. With laika you can simply write test with interacting with both server and client(s)" #from:Windows_Phone #Javascript #frameworks #testing #user_testing #pub
"Issue resolved. It was never a programmatic issue. The above DesiredCapabilites and service_args with "driver = webdriver.PhantomJS( desired_capabilities=dcap, service_args=service_args)" works. The problem was with the proxy provider setup. Once the default UA was removed from the proxy server it allowed the DesiredCapabilites to assign the UA." #work #automation #phantomJS #proxies #user_testing #solutions #web_development #webdriver #pub
vapir.org
"Vapir* is a fork of the popular Watir browser automation library for Ruby. It offers a great deal of bug fixes and new functionality over Watir, particularly comparing Firefox versions." #watir #webdriver #ruby #open_source #automation #user_testing #forks #pub
"Vapir is a fork of the popular Watir browser automation library for Ruby. It offers a great deal of bug fixes and new functionality over Watir, particularly comparing Firefox versions. http://vapir.org/" #watir #webdriver #ruby #open_source #automation #user_testing #forks #pub
Ruby gem to install PhantomJS on all current platforms (Mac, Windows, Linux). Except it only installs in a specific location - "$HOME/.phantomjs/VERSION/PLATFORM" and isn't able to automatically get the latest version, the current versions are hardcoded in the gem. #phantomJS #gems #open_source #cross-platform #automation #user_testing #from #delicious #pub