Back in April I blogged about the Mozmill tests I’d written to test Selenium IDE. I followed up in June with a blog post covering… Read More »Adding Mozmill tests to the Selenium IDE build system
QAASWW11 kicked off yesterday with a day of planning at IdeaSpace in Cambridge, UK. We had a meeting room for the day – kindly offered… Read More »QA Automation Services Work Week 2011 – Day 1
Thanks to the amazing efforts of the MemShrink project, Firefox’s memory usage is seeing some great improvements. In particular, Firefox 7 will be much more… Read More »Endurance tests demonstrate Firefox’s memory usage improvements
Ahead of our Mozmill Crowd testday last Friday we made some changes to the endurance tests, including enabling endurance test run within Mozmill Crowd! Running… Read More »Running endurance tests with Mozmill Crowd
Mozmill has a feature that allows the tester to install an add-on during the test run. Until recently this was only used by one of… Read More »Automated Firefox tests with add-ons installed
For a long time now I’ve been chasing the idea of a conference for Selenium. It probably started when I heard about the San Francisco… Read More »I’m (sort of) going to Selenium Conference 2011!
On Wednesday, the third London Selenium meetup went ahead. Attendance was good considering there was a London Underground strike in action, however it had clearly… Read More »Mozilla in London for Selenium Meetup #3