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Selenium 2 / WebDriver support coming soon to LiquidTest..

 

Duncan Thomas

 

 

 

 

 

Coming soon to LiquidTest is a full featured Selenium 2 / WebDriver recording engine within the IDE, supporting both Internet Explorer and Firefox. Watch our sneak peek video.. Read more..

 

 

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Running Selenium Tests from the Command Line

 

Anthony Scotney

 

 

 

 

 

Running Selenium tests from the command line on Windows 7 can be slightly challenging simply due to the permissions system. By default Windows 7 tends to be locked down and there is conflicting information out there on exactly what steps to take to get Selenium tests running. The intention is that this article will provide some help for people trying to run Selenium Test Suites from the command line on Windows 7 (and other Windows versions). Read more..

 

 

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LiquidTest 3.0 with Selenium support ships!

 

Duncan Thomas

 

 

 

 

 

By now you have probably seen our press release about Selenium support in LiquidTest. If not you can see it here. No doubt you will have a few questions about this so I thought I would try and answer some for you: Read more..

 

 

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Setting up Atlassian Bamboo to run automated Web 2.0 tests

 

Duncan Thomas

 

 

 

 

 

One of our Developers put together the following document on how to get Atlassian’s Bamboo up and automating LiquidTest test suites. Here it is.. Read more..

 

 

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888 installer builds and 7469 code checkins later LiquidTest 2.0 ships!

 

Anthony Scotney

 

 

 

 

 

We have shipped! Sincere thanks to all those that have waited patiently for our LiquidTest 2.0 to ship. The official release information is as follows: Read more..

 

 

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Setting up LiquidTest with Maven

 

Holly Irving

 

 

 

 

 

One of our Developers put together a nice Maven Integration document that will go out with our website refresh later this month.  Given the popularity of Maven, I thought I would share it before the site-refresh goes live! Read more..

 

 

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Knowing your Enemy – Foundations of LiquidTest

 

Anthony Scotney

 

 

 

 

 

There is a great article by 37signals called “Have an Enemy”.  By knowing your “enemy”, you know what you don’t want to be.  This is pretty much how LiquidTest was conceived. We knew there were problems in the Test Automation space and we knew there were a lot of questionable practices by some of the established players in the space. The following is a list of principles LiquidTest was founded upon: Read more..

 

 

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Eclipse and LiquidTest UI Introduction

 

Mark Bayazit

 

 

 

 

 

LiquidTest is available as a plug-in for the two most popular Integrated Development Environments (IDE), Eclipse and Visual Studio.  This discussion (also available as a PDF here..) will focus on the Eclipse version and will provide Eclipse-specific tips for LiquidTest users. Read more..

 

 

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Testing Dynamic Elements – Having a Plan B

 

Duncan Thomas

 

 

 

 

 

LiquidTest has many varied features and functions. In this blog post I will explain a small but important feature with an example. This feature is a small check box you see at the bottom of your browser when recording a test with LiquidTest, called Dynamic Element. Read more..

 

 

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Setting up LiquidTest with Subversion and Hudson (Continuous Integration) part 2

 

Anthony Scotney

 

 

 

 

 

This post follows on from part 1 where we walked through the Ubuntu, Subversion and LiquidTest (Eclipse) setup. Assuming that your project is now in your subversion repository we walk through the Continuous Integration setup with the popular (and Open Source) Hudson CI server. Read more..

 

 

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Selenium 2 / WebDriver support coming soon to LiquidTest..
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888 installer builds and 7469 code checkins later LiquidTest 2.0 ships!

 

 

 

 

 

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 > LiquidTest EOL Announcement - Info
 > LiquidTest Release 3.0! - Available
 > Visual Studio Plugin Released! - Release
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