- Question : Will a GUID lose it’s uniqueness when you remove the dashes (-)?
- Standardizing TeamMentor branching names
- How to design an application using AngularJS if you are familiar with jQuery?
- Some jQuery selectors works on Firefox console, even though jQuery hasn’t been referenced
- Using WebDriver Actions class to interact with TeamMentor contextual menu
Category Archives: UnitTests
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
I do have a special admiration for Fiddler, because now more than ever, I’m able to exploit all the potential of that tool and because the scenarios I’m working on TeamMentor allow me to use it and taka advantage of … Continue reading
After getting the latest version of TeamMentor (TM 3.3 RC3.01), I was experimenting a really annoying behavior. The problem was that the admin credentials provided to login into TM sometimes worked and some times didn’t. Yeah, I was under the … Continue reading
One of the things I’ve been trying to achieve during the creation of a framework for browser automation, is the capability of using best practices and methodologies that make code maintainable across test. So I’ve been using the PageObject pattern and … Continue reading
Browser automation is a fairly new discipline and it has been implemented in several projects. The good news is that there is always a new opportunity to learn. One of the headache of this process is the fact of facing … Continue reading
I’m facing a really frustrating situation with WebDriver because I’m getting a StaleElementReference Exception. Based on WebDriver documentation, this exception might be displayed for this two situations: The element has been deleted entirely. The element is no longer attached to … Continue reading
Tonight I was trying to add a new test to validate that TeamMentor’s About page is being displayed correctly. I thought that this test would take me a few minutes to complete, but the scenario was totally different. For some … Continue reading