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Author image Alex Vandiver


Jifty::Test::WWW::Selenium - Subclass of Test::WWW::Selenium with extra Jifty integration


  use Jifty::Test::WWW::Selenium;
  my $server  = Jifty::Test->make_server;
  my $sel = Jifty::Test::WWW::Selenium->rc_ok( $server, lang => 'en_US.UTF-8' );
  my $URL = $server->started_ok;



Jifty::Test::WWW::Selenium creates a Test::WWW::Selenium object associated with your jifty application to test. In addition, it starts selenium remote control for you, unless SELENIUM_RC_SERVER is specified when the test is run. You might also want to set SELENIUM_RC_TEST_AGAINST to your local IP address so SELENIUM_RC_SERVER can test against you. SELENIUM_RC_BROWSER tells the rc server what browser to run the tests with. You may want to set SELENIUM_CLASS to a subclass of Test::WWW::Selenium to refactor methods common to your application.


When the selenium rc server is started by Jifty::Test::WWW::Selenium, the browser's language is default to en_US, unless you pass lang param to rc_ok.