Automated Testing with Selenium 2 and NUnit?











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(by Dean Hume) I have recently been looking into an awesome tool called Selenium. What is Selenium? Well, it's a suite of tools that you can use to automate web application testing across many platforms. I recently attended a Selenium Users Group at the Google London Head Offices where they discussed the many usages of Selenium.


Why would you want to use it? Well, imagine you had a web application that did the same thing even after a new deployment. You would need to regression test the entire front-end of the application. With Selenium, you could automate all those tests and run them at the click of a button. Not only that, but you could integrate this into your build process! One of the presentations that were shown to us during the Selenium Users Group meeting was how Mozilla use Selenium to test the workings of Firefox. Previously they would have hundreds of front-end tests to run, but once they automated the process it took a matter of minutes!

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