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Selenium automated browser testing with C# and NUnit.

In this blog post we'll highlight how easy it is to start testing websites with .NET framework 4 or .NET framework 3 and C#. NUnit is built for all...

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Selenium 2.16.1, ChromeDriver 18.0.995.0 and C# with NUnit

We are pleased to announce that we have updated our Selenium grid to the latest Selenium version, 2.16.1 Changes include improved stability and b...

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Today we've added SSL support to our Selenium grid, you can now test HTTPs pages without problems. Self-signed and regular SSL certificates should ...

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In this blogpost we'll talk about creating your first Selenium test, running the test on your own computer and then later run it on several browser...

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Today we've added support for NodeJS Selenium testing on our Selenium grid. Installation of our plugin is easy by using NPM (Node Package Manager)....

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As mentioned before on this blog, we use a homemade utility to take screenshots of browser windows. Our tool, built in C#, will take a screenshot o...

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Today we're examining the captureNetworkTraffic selenium command, a little known gem in Selenium's command list. Selenium offers a feature, captu...

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We have just finished optimizing the video recording in our Selenium grid. Implementing this was harder than we thought, so here are some tips on h...

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After some more optimisations in our code and infrastructure we've now reached the point where the average simple test takes 9 seconds. Compared ...

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