As a web developer who's responsible for finding (and, of course, fixing) his own bugs, the Boston CFUG's next meeting topic is one that's near and dear to my heart: automated testing. If you make frequent updates to your web applications, QA testing can be time-consuming burden if you bother to do it well, if at all. But what if you could just tell your browser to go off on its own, run some tests, and check whether or not your code works? That's exactly what the Selemium plugin does for you. And it's so easy. Once you realize how easier it is to record and run tests instead of reacting to bugs that your customers find in production, you'll fall in love with Selenium.
This talk will tell you how to record and edit tests, run them in your browser as needed or even on a scheduled basis, and generally make your whole life easier.
This presentation will be held on February 16th, 6:00-8:00pm, at Ping Identity's offices in Waltham, right off of 95. After the meeting we'll head a few blocks over for drinks at The Naked Fish or Pizzaria Uno. Please register for the meeting if you plan on attending: