Hey there, There's been a bit of work going on with Selenium and Rails recently, so I thought I may as well share what I came up with. Check out my blog post at http://blog.viney.net.nz/articles/2006/02/09/selen..., grab the plugin and give it a whirl (be sure to read the README!). Basically, my approach was to make it possible to write Selenium tests in the same way that unit and functional tests are written. So, you end up with test classes such as: class PersonSeleniumTest < Test::Unit::TestCase selenium_test fixtures :people, :households def setup open '/person/view/1' end def test_add_new_person click 'add_new_person_link' assert_visible 'add_new_person' type 'new_person_first_name', 'Pixel' type 'new_person_last_name', 'the Cat' select 'new_person_gender', 'Male' type 'new_person_creation_source', 'The Planet Zorg' click_and_wait 'submit_add_new_person', 4 assert_contains 'person_name', 'Pixel the Cat' end end This will be turned into a Selenium test suite when you run: rake selenium Anyway, enough for the forum. Check out the plugin if you're interested. It's still quite rough, but it Works For Me. - Jonny.
on 2006-02-09 13:10
on 2006-02-09 13:12
Jonathan Viney wrote: > Check out my blog post at > http://blog.viney.net.nz/articles/2006/02/09/selen..., > grab the plugin and give it a whirl (be sure to read the README!). Sorry, the link got stuffed up. It should be http://blog.viney.net.nz/articles/2006/02/09/selen... - Jonny.