Category Archives: Selenium

pytest-mozwebqa 1.1 released

It’s been a long time coming, but pytest-mozwebqa 1.1 has finally been released! The main feature of this new version is the ability to specify a proxy server for the browsers launched. It will also use this in conjunction with … Continue reading

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FlynnID 0.3

I’ve just released an update to FlynnID. The primary change is that I’ve reintroduced the command line arguments, meaning a single node can be registered without the need for a configuration file. I’ve also hopefully learned my lesson, and in … Continue reading

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Mozilla drops usage of Selenium RC

I thought this was important enough to share in a short blog post… Just 10 months ago, Mozilla started to migrate their Selenium projects from the Selenium RC API to the WebDriver API. I’m thrilled to say that this is … Continue reading

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BIDPOM drops support for Selenium RC

As all of the active Mozilla Web QA automation projects are now using WebDriver, there is no longer a need for BIDPOM (Browser ID Page Object Model) to support Selenium RC. I considered keeping this support purely for the community, … Continue reading

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FlynnID 0.2

In Tron, Flynn’s identity disc is the master key to getting onto the Grid. In the far less exciting real world, FlynnID is the key to registering a Selenium node to Selenium Grid. Yesterday I released FlynnID 0.2, which changes … Continue reading

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Announcing pytest-mozwebqa 1.0

Finally I can announce that I have released version 1.0 of the pytest plugin used by Mozilla’s Web QA team! It’s been in use for several months now, but I’ve paid off some long standing technical debt, and now consider … Continue reading

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Automating BrowserID with Selenium

BrowserID is an awesome new approach to handling online identity. If you haven’t heard of it then I highly recommend reading this article, which explains what it is and how it works. Several Mozilla projects have already integrated with BrowserID, … Continue reading

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Hooking Android up to the (Selenium) Grid

When I set myself a Q4 goal of getting a small suite of Mozilla’s WebQA tests running on Android I didn’t think it would be much work. The AndroidDriver has been around for some time, and from what I understood … Continue reading

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Adding Mozmill tests to the Selenium IDE build system

Back in April I blogged about the Mozmill tests I’d written to test Selenium IDE. I followed up in June with a blog post covering how to run these tests. The natural progression is to add these tests into the … Continue reading

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Running the Selenium IDE Mozmill tests

A short while ago I posted about the Mozmill tests I’ve created for Selenium IDE, however I didn’t cover how you can run these tests yourself. Currently I run these manually as needed to ensure that the nightly Firefox builds … Continue reading

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