Public Notes by chase_ats Tagged #webdriver

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Launch of GhostDriver and blog post explaining it #phantomjs #selenium #webkit #javascript #watir #automation #webdriver #pub
"The way to check that is is actually visible is to check a JavaScript property ‘naturalWidth’ is greater than 0. b = Watir::Browser.new :firefox b.goto 'https://dl.dropbox.com/u/18859962/brokenimage.html' puts b.execute_script("return (typeof arguments[0].naturalWidth!=\"undefined\" && arguments[0].naturalWidth>0)", b.image(id: 'watermelon'))" _Reference for self for how to call javascript from watir. This shows you use execute_script_ #watir #webdriver #javascript #automation #tip #pub
"TestWise Recorder records your operations into executable test scripts while you navigates your web application in Firefox. Three test scripts syntax are supported: RWebSpec, Watir and Selenium-WebDriver." #browser_extensions #Firefox #recorders #Watir #RWebSpec #Selenium #webdriver #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
Selenium 2.0 (WebDriver) was released today, and with it came support for Opera. Since Watir-WebDriver uses the WebDriver bindings, it now supports Opera out of the box. How to get it working First make sure you have the latest watir-webdriver (>0.2.5) and selenium-webdriver (>2.0.0) gems installed. Install Opera if you haven't already Download the latest… #watir #selenium #webdriver #tutorials #dev #opera #pub
#watir #$AFMA_umbrella #ruby #dev #code #%stack_overflow #bookmarked_on_site #webdriver #pub
#watir #$AFMA_umbrella #ruby #dev #code #blog_posts #webdriver #pub