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Performance testing Firefox OS on reference devices

A while back I wrote about the LEGO harness I created for Eideticker to hold both the device and camera in place. Since then there has been a couple of iterations of the harness. When we started testing against our … Continue reading

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Running Firefox OS UI Tests Without a Device (revised)

Note: This is revised version of a previous blog post due to some important changes on running Firefox OS UI tests on the Firefox OS desktop build. It’s still a little difficult to get your hands on a device that … Continue reading

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Populating Firefox OS with test content

Working on the Firefox OS automation, it’s often been necessary to populate a device with some sample content. For example, when measuring the launch time of the contacts app it’s more realistic if we already have a bunch of contacts … Continue reading

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Running Firefox OS UI Tests Without a Device

Note: This post has been revised. It’s a little difficult to get your hands on a device that can run Firefox OS right now, but if you’re interested in running the UI tests a device is not essential. This guide … Continue reading

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Q3/2011 in review

In the hope that I might inspire others to do the same, I’ve created a few screencasts showing some of the cool things I worked on in the last quarter. I’ve tried to keep them all short, and they’re all … Continue reading

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Endurance Tests in Firefox 6

One of the features of the upcoming Firefox 6 is an improvement to the handling and reporting of memory resources. As you can probably imagine, this is very applicable to the endurance tests project. As a result of the changes, … 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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