watir Archive

Watir Web Automated Testing

Watir (pronounced water) is an open-source (BSD) family of Ruby libraries for automating web browsers. It allows you to write tests that are easy to read and maintain. It is simple and flexible. Watir is a family

How We Build Quality Software at uSwitch.com

This video provides an experience report on how we build quality software at uSwitch.com. Around 9 months ago the development team shifted from having a separate QA team to adopting a whole-team approach for building and delivering

Utilising WATiR to Test in an Agile Environment

In this session Wadud will talk about and demonstrate how he utilised WATiR – a Ruby testing framework for Internet Explorer – to aide the testing of web applications in an agile environment. Wadud will briefly talk

Cucumber and Watir 101

Dave Hoover demonstrates how to use Watir with Cucumber. Actually, he uses his own library SafariWatir, but you could easily swap it with Watir, FireWatir, ChromeWatir or Celerity. Cucumber lets software development teams describe how software should