Selenium Testing Your Website With Perl

Selenium Testing Your Website With Perl

By vroom from
Date: Wednesday, 10 June 2015 13:30
Duration: 50 minutes
Target audience: Any
Language: English
Tags: browser perl selenium testing

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Learn how to use Perl & Selenium to run functional tests by automating browser usage.

This talk will take users through writing a simple test, and move on to sample tests for more complex testing scenarios.

* testing for relative position of elements on a page
* handling waits for page loads, and ajax based results
* form submissions, and link navigation
* executing JavaScript as part of your tests.

After we've covered the basics -- we'll spend the remainder of time demonstrating test tasks in a sample page with feedback from the audience on what they'd like to see tested.

This page with 15-20 sample testing tasks will be available in a git repo and online so participants can try their hand on the remainder of tasks if they'd like to gain experience using Selenium and Perl to do various tests.

Attended by: Wallace Reis (‎wreis‎), Mike Weisenborn, Thomas Stanton (‎tstanton‎), Stuart Johnston, Garth Mortensen, Jason Fuller, Mickey Nasriachi (‎Mickey‎), Ryan Haudenschilt, atoomic, Kyle Siemer (‎silvanus‎), Adam Rich, Victor Stevko, Alan Young, Joseph Alsop, morgan jones, D Ruth Bavousett (‎druthb‎), Peter Sandin, Weldon Whipple, Tim Howe (‎thowe‎), Eric Ellis, Paul Millard, Chris Hamilton, Josh Lavin (‎digory‎), Armin Resch, Grigor Karavardanyan (‎G‎), Aran Deltac (‎bluefeet‎), Adam Dutko (‎StylusEater‎), Chad Granum (‎Exodist‎), David Hand (‎Ptolemarch‎), Gabriel Munoz (‎gabriel‎), Daina Pettit, Scott Gustafson, Michael LaGrasta, Jeremy Koch, Henry Van Styn (‎vanstyn‎), Drew Taylor (‎drewbie‎), Miller Hall, Julian Brown, Christopher Stith (‎mr_mischief‎), Tom Green (‎Tom‎), Neil Mansilla, James Morgan (‎Ven'Tatsu‎), Brad Oaks (‎bradoaks‎),