[Seaside] Acceptance testing

Rick Flower rickf at ca-flower.com
Fri May 29 04:41:50 UTC 2009

C. David Shaffer wrote:
> I'd like to add that I've modified SeasideTesting to provide many of 
> the features of Selenium's in-browser testing concept.  I haven't 
> released it yet because I'm busying using it in a new project.  There 
> are still problems but I will put it out there (for VisualWorks only 
> at first) very soon now.  If anyone want to have a look at it now, let 
> me know.
> That being said, ST's focus is on unit testing but I use it for 
> functional/integration testing as well.  The new version supports 
> testing a "remote" application (with no direct access to the server).  
> What's missing is a high level way to specify functional tests.  I'd 
> /really/ like to work with someone on something like that.  The Rails 
> community has some cool tools like cucumber which are worth some study.
David -

I'd love to try out the updated testing framework -- particularly if it 
can test remote sites that require logging in, navigating menus, etc.

-- Rick

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