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Oct Mon

On-Premise Cross-Browser Testing

  •  10-23-2017

In this post, I would like to show a few things that you might want to know about on-premise cross-browser testing and why our tools choose this approach. Of course, you will also learn if on-premise testing is the right solution for your use case or not. I think most of you will have this […]

Jun Thu

Modern Manual and Automated Cross Browser Testing

  •  6-22-2017

In this article we will take a look at the current state of modern cross browser testing and how it is possible to leverage proven techniques to gain the most out of the limited testing time available. It is intended for web developers and testers working on small static websites and large scale modern web […]

May Tue

Creating A Cross-Platform .Net UI Application

  •  5-23-2017

For more than 3 years now our company has developed and sold a desktop application for cross-browser testing called BrowseEmAll. As we started out we developed the application using the .Net Framework which means the application was only capable of running on the Microsoft Windows platform.  As more and more web development is done on […]

May Mon

Code-Free Automated Browser Testing With Record & Play in BrowseEmAll 9

  •  5-1-2017

Nearly 7 months have passed since the last major update to our on-premises browser testing tool BrowseEmAll. So it is rather big news that today the next major version is available! In this new release you will find: Recording & Play of Selenium tests directly in the browser Export recorded tests to C#, Java, Ruby […]

Feb Thu

How To Structure Your Selenium Tests

  •  2-16-2017

In this post we will cover a few techniques you can use to make your Selenium tests easier to write and maintain. If you are not already familiar with the Selenium basics you might want to read our introduction guide and the basics about elements first. Test Example Below you can find a simple example Selenium […]

Feb Thu

Selenium: Waiting and Validating

  •  2-2-2017

In this post we will cover 2 different techniques to make your Selenium tests more useful and robust. If you are not already familiar with the Selenium basics you might want to read our introduction guide and the basics about elements first. Waiting For Conditions Sooner or later you will have to wait on a specific […]

Jan Thu

Selenium: Finding and Interacting with Elements

  •  1-26-2017

In this post we will cover a few more advanced topics in regards to finding and interacting with page elements using Selenium web browser automation. If you are not already familiar with the Selenium basics you might want to read our introduction guide first. Finding Elements Before you can interact with any element on the webpage […]

Jan Thu

Selenium Basics

  •  1-19-2017

In this post we will cover all the basics to get you started writing Selenium web automation tests. If you don’t already know what exactly Selenium is or how you can setup your Selenium environment please head over to the setup guide. Now that you are all set lets dive right into the code. In […]

Jan Wed

Running Selenium Tests Using Jenkins

  •  1-11-2017

In this post you will get a quick introduction on running Selenium tests as part of your continuous integration workflow using the famous Jenkins CI server. What is Jenkins? Jenkins is an open source continuous integration server which supports countless building and deployment scenarios through its hundredths of plugins. You can read more about Jenkins […]

Dec Thu

How To Run Selenium Tests On Android And iOS

  •  12-1-2016

In todays post we will go over the process to setup and run Selenium tests for a mobile website or web application on Android and iOS. We will cover running tests on device emulators and on real mobile devices. You can perform all below steps on Windows, Linux and OS X / macOS with the […]