++ed by:
Eric D Johnson

NAME

Test::WWW::Selenium::More::Manual::WritingTests

NAME

Test::WWW::Selenium::More::Manual::WritingTests

A BASIC SELENIUM TEST

    # in the file t/test.t write the following code:
    use Test::Most;
    use Test::WWW::Selenium::More;

    my $s = Test::WWW::Selenium::More->new( 
        host           => "localhost", # selenium server host
        port           => 4444,        # selenium server port
        browser        => "*firefox",
        browser_url    => "http://www.google.com",
        # default_names  => 1,           # TODO: not yet implemented
        # error_callback => sub { ... }, # TODO: not yet implemented
    );

    $s->open_ok("http://www.google.com", undef, "fetched G's site alright");
    $s->type_ok( "q", "hello world");
    $s->click_ok("btnG");
    $s->wait_for_page_to_load_ok(5000);
    $s->title_like(qr/Google Search/);
    $s->error_callback(sub {...});

    done_testing;

COMPOSING YOUR TESTS USING ROLES

Lets say you decided to use Test::WWW::Selenium::More, but you want to add your own custom methods. Instead of extending Test::WWW::Selenium::More, try grouping your methods by subject using Moose roles. Here is an example.

    # Create a role
    package MySeleniumRoles::Auth;
    use Moose::Role;

    sub login_ok {
        my ($self, $username, $password) = @_;
        $self->open_ok('/login');
        $self->is_text_present_ok('Please login thanks');
        $self->type_ok('username' => $username);
        $self->type_ok('password' => $password);
        $self->follow_link_ok('login');
    }

    sub logout_ok {
        my ($self, $username, $password) = @_;
        $self->follow_link_ok('logout');
        $self->is_text_present_ok('Goodbye');
    }

    # Subclass Test::WWW::Selenium::More
    package MySelenium;
    use Moose;
    extends 'Test::WWW::Selenium::More';
    with 'MySeleniumRoles::Auth';


    # Use MySelenium in your test
    use Test::Most;
    use MySelenium;

    MySelenium->new(...)
        ->login_ok('Bartholomew', 'h@ts');
        ->title_like(qr/Thanks for logging in Bartholomew/);

    done_testing;

METHOD CHAINING

TODO

AUTHOR

Eric Johnson <kablamo at iijo dot nospamthanks dot org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Eric Johnson.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.




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