Monthly Archives: November 2012

Extending Selenium with jQuery

Last week I wrote about combining Selenium and py.test and I promised to also talk about my function find_elements_by_jquery(). Selenium by default can find elements by id, CSS selector and XPath, but I often find I already know the query … Continue reading

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Combining py.test and Selenium to test webapps

Recently I started adding unit and acceptance tests to a webapp using Selenium, integrated into the existing py.test framework that tests the backend code. py.test fixtures make using Selenium, via its Python bindings, really straightforward. Here’s how I did it. … Continue reading

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