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A new Java Power Tools Newsletter is available: the Art of Writing Maintainable Selenium Scripts

Posted by johnsmart on May 9, 2010 at 8:10 PM PDT

Selenium is a popular web testing framework, that works well for both regression tests and acceptance tests. It works well almost all web applications, even those using complex AJAX-based user interfaces. However, writing maintainable Selenium scripts is harder than it looks, and in the real world these test scripts often fall into disuse as they become less and less maintainable.

In this issue of the Java Power Tools Newsletter, we look at how to write maintainable Selenium test scripts, and discuss techniques such as Page Objects, Behaviour-Driven Development and easyb. Read the full newsletter here.

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