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Selenium Testing on Linux Ubuntu

We are pleased to announce we now support Linux (Ubuntu 11.10) on our Selenium grid.

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Website Monitoring and PageLoad Testing with Selenium

Next to running automated browser tests, Selenium and TestingBot can be used for other tasks like monitoring a website, or verifying that the pagel...

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Run your Selenium tests in parallel with PHPUnit

One of the advantages of running your Selenium tests on the TestingBot grid is that we scale depending on your needs. If you need to run 100 Sele...

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TestingBot Jenkins Plugin

We're happy to release our first TestingBot plugin for Jenkins. Jenkins is a CI (continuous integration) system which runs your tests, with lots of...

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In this post you'll find a small tutorial on how to use Cucumber and Capybara to run Selenium tests on our Selenium grid. Cucumber is Aslak Helle...

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If you haven't heard of Behat yet, it's a BDD framework which runs on PHP written by Konstantin Kudryashov. Behat is similar to Cucumber for Ruby, ...

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Browser statistics gathered from Selenium testing

This week we've reached the 35,000 tests milestone so we thought it might be interesting to do some research in the statistics we've gathered durin...

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Video Record your Selenium Tests

When a Selenium test fails, you usually get a clear error message or trace to indicate where the problem is located. A video of your Seleniu...

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Mobile Testing with Selenium and Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Today we've added Android to our Selenium grid, which means you can now use our grid for mobile testing as well. We've hooked up an Android Ice C...

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