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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 during the browsers tests. We at TestingBot run Selenium tests for our customers during which we gather technical statistics about the browsers running the tests. Time per test, number of crashes, CPU/Ram usage per browser and a lot more statistics are gathered in our datastore.
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 Selenium test will offer even more help in finding out just why your Selenium test failed. By video-recording your Selenium test, you can track down when and where a problem occurs.
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 Cream Sandwich emulator to the grid, which speaks Webdriver protocol.
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 .NET languages and is basically a unit testing framework. It's written in C# and integrates nicely with .NET and its features/syntax.
Selenium 2.16.1, ChromeDriver 18.0.995.0 and C# with NUnit
Creating a Selenium test from scratch
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 browsers at once. It shouldn't be too hard to follow along, but if you have any questions or remarks, please leave a comment.