Category Archives: JQuery

Some jQuery selectors works on Firefox console, even though jQuery hasn’t been referenced

While we have seen the power of AngularJS (which looks very promising ), it seems like this framework is a good candidate for our future implementations. At the time of writing this article (April 29th, 2013), we are already using … Continue reading

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Using WebDriver Actions class to interact with TeamMentor contextual menu

I was trying to add a test to verify that TeamMentor contextual menu, was displayed using mouse right-click, so you should be able to see a menu like this one : Fortunately, WebDriver provide a class to interact with some … Continue reading

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Dealing with Ajax asynchronous request and the elements Rendering

Currently I’m adding several test to validate that TeamMentor’s search functionality worked as expected. I added some test to confirm that the search results were correct based on the search pattern. Since TeamMentor rely on Ajax and I’m trying to avoid … Continue reading

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Another way to learn jQuery : Using jsfiddle.net

I was trying to use some jQuery code to interact with the browser automation test. I must admit that I don’t have a lot of experience with jQuery (even when  I know some basic features), so I started learning it … Continue reading

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Using WebDriver and the power of jQuery to interact with html elements.

I was creating an automation test to verify that TeamMentor’s About page was displayed correctly. After opening the About page and perform the test, I wanted to close it (by looking at the small X  that closes the window). But … Continue reading

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On TeamMentor’s Event-Driven architecture

Following Arvind’s questions at Studying TM architecture I just replied at TeamMentor’s Javascript-based Event Driven Architecture

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Major update to TeamMentor client-architecture, UnitTests back in action and real-time IE browsing

In order to fix the performance problems that we where having when showing large libraries in TM (like the SI library with 3000+ articles ) I had to literately go back to basics and change the way the data was … Continue reading

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