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Automated tests of Web Applications with Selenium

Intervenant(s) : Kévin Pollet, Jérémy Hérault
Langue : Français Niveau : Confirmé Type d'événement : Conférence
Date : Mercredi 7 juillet 2010 Horaire : 11h00 Durée : 20 minutes
Lieu : ENSEIRB - Amphi A

The Talk

Selenium is a software suite dedicated to Web applications functional tests automation.

Selenium covers multiple functional areas from writing tests to their execution in an automated way. Selenium is published under Apache 2.0 licence and can be considered as a real alternative to other commercial offers.

In a first time, Kévin Pollet and Jérémy Hérault will introduce the audience to the various components of the test suite.
Then, the merge between Selenium and Webdrive will be considered, with all their underlying consequences.
Finally, both speakers will demonstrate a Selenium plugin’s example − Helium − which is dedicated to Web Applications HTTP testing.

Several demonstrations will be held during the talk in order to spread the love of testing and leveraging the quality of your releases.

The Speakers

Kévin Pollet

Java engineer at SERLI, Kévin Pollet published the Helium plugin for Selenium IDE. This plugin enables testing of HTTP streams generated by any Web application. Thanks to his contribution, he is now co-manager of the Selenium project and Helium. He is partilarly interested in Open Source projects and technologies and projects tied to Java/Java EE.

Jérémy Hérault

Java engineer at SERLI, Jérémy Hérault is actually in charge of deploying and automating tests for a Fortune 500 customer of his company. He is co-manager of the Helium project − enabling testing of HTTP streams generated by Web applications. Jérémy is also in the core team of Selenium IDE thanks to his contributions to the Open Source project Selenium.