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Selenium, WebDriver, Python and Test Automation

Two new meetups announced.

Hello,

I’d like to announce two new meetups that are planned for February and March. Read more…

Picka: A Python module for data generation and randomization.

Picka generates randomized data either from lists of known good data (or bad) stored in a sqlite database, or by generating randomized realistic data, using string formatting.

Picka has a function for any field you would need filled in.

Picka was created by Anthony Long and is available for download on pypi, or github.

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Headless JavaScript Testing with Python

There are many ways to test JavaScript, both the kind you find on a website, and local JavaScript as you would find in a Server-Side application like Node. While Selenium and WebDriver are good for this task, HTMLUnit does not always provide the results you expect. Here are some other Python based Headless JavaScript execution frameworks. Read more…

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Run Currently Highlighted Test In py.test

I don’t like switching from my text editor to terminal, so I created a TextMate snippet that will run the currently highlighted test in py.test. Read more…

TextMate – Run Script in Existing Terminal Window

On 19, Nov 2010 | No Comments | In AppleScript, Programming, TextMate | By Anthony

For a long time I wondered if it was possible to run scripts in a pre-existing terminal window Read more…

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Run Selenium Cases Through A Web Interface

I’ve heard a couple of people ask how to run Selenium test cases through a web interface with python. Here is how you do it.

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Giant List of Data Models

On 19, Jul 2010 | No Comments | In Data Models | By Anthony

I was searching for a list of common data models for picka. What I came across was this monster listing.

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Twitter your build status with Twildbot.

On 16, Jul 2010 | No Comments | In Python, QA, Snippets | By Anthony

This is a tiny script which will get the current status of your build, and tweet it to your twitter account.

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