++ed by:
Eric D Johnson

NAME

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

NAME

Test::WWW::Selenium::More::Manual - Testing with Selenium

INTRODUCTION

Test-WWW-Selenium is a test library that enables you to write user interface tests for your web application. You can fill out forms, click buttons and links, and generally control any supported browser from your Perl tests.

It works by sending commands to a Selenium server via HTTP GET/POST requests. The Selenium server spawns a browser and controls it using using JavaScript.

You can also watch your tests interacting with your web application in the browser.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Test::WWW::Selenium::More::Manual::ForTheImpatient

Selenium testing for the impatient: A short example demonstrating writing and running Perl Selenium tests.

Test::WWW::Selenium::More::Manual::InstallingSelenium

How to install Selenium.

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

How to write Selenium tests. Includes examples.

Test::WWW::Selenium::More::Manual::RunningTests

How to run Selenium tests. Walk through several common scenarios including headless tests and slow tests.

Test::WWW::Selenium::More::Manual::BestPractices

Avoid the most common mistakes.

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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