Selenium is the 800lb gorilla of open source web application testing. For four years it has been steadily gaining a following and making a difference for corporations large and small. Such tools have always been a trap for adept Agile teams though. Too often teams rely on functional testing and skimp on the much more effective ‘small’ unit tests. Now with JBehave steering Selenium, we’re seeing test scripts emerge that engage formerly perplexed management and business folks. The time has come for this type of tool pairing to be valued for its role in validating Agile in the enterprise
Testing can be a complex and thankless task. The technologies change so fast that your tools don’t work as they should. Your tests become brittle and are hard to relate to customer requirements. This talk looks at the latest techniques and tools for easing some of these burdens.
Topics include behavior driven development (BDD), domain specific testing languages (DSLs), scripting languages (Groovy) and a range of web, SOAP, and database testing libraries (JUnit, EasyB, WebTest, HtmlUnit, Tellurium, Robot Framework, JBehave, Cucumber, DbUnit, SoapUI, JMeter and more) and testing techniques.