[rspec-users] Integration Testing - Wait, Watir, or Selenium

Brian Yamabe brian at yamabe.net
Fri Jan 12 12:05:42 EST 2007


Thanks for both the replies.  I saw Selenium on Rails, but missed the  
Selenium gem.

---Brian

On Jan 12, 2007, at 8:34 AM, Shane Duan wrote:

> Hi,
>
> What did you mean by Selenium integration with rspec?
>
> You can install the selenium gem.  Then you can control the start/stop
> of selenium server and use the driver to drive the browser,
>
> http://selenium.rubyforge.org
>
> Cheers
> Shane
>
> On 1/12/07, Brian Yamabe <brian at yamabe.net> wrote:
>> I'm evaluating what to use for integration testing:
>>
>> SafariWatir
>> - integrates nicely with RSpec
>> - doesn't work with Ajax because of Safari event firing issues
>>
>> Selenium
>> - Works with Ajax
>> - doesn't integrate with RSpec
>>
>> What is the best guess timeframe for RSpec integration testing?
>> Will it be able to test Ajax application in the early iterations?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Brian Yamabe
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>
>
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