Codeless Automation with Selenium Builder, Github and Continuous Integration

Published July 15th, 2013 Under Continuous Integration, Functional Testing | Comments Off

Learn how Selenium Builder can be used in conjunction with Github and a Continuous Integration (CI) system to run parallelized test runs across multiple browsers without requiring a single line of code to be written.

Historically, doing automated browser testing without involved programming has been severely frowned upon. I want to show you how it can not only be fruitful and fun, but also enable folks who aren’t hardcore developers to participate and see all the value gained by the continuous testing and deployment ( or ‘holy grail’) development workflow. This session will encourage the audience to follow along, briefly touch on the inclusion of Selenium Builder in the Selenium Project, explain how the plugin architecture works (and why it’s so important) and how to setup a Github project to use post commit hooks to work with your CI setup.

Video producer: http://www.seleniumconf.org/

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