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You can use Selenium to develop automated tests for Web GIS applications. Web GIS is all about present the information graphically to a user, and whatever we can see on a web page is what we can test using Selenium. But it will be: very time consuming to develop it difficult to maintain As one thing computer program can not perform as well as humans ...


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The choice of a browser depends on your goal. If you are testing GUI rendering and JavaScript execution you should always tests against those browser that your users/customers are using. So even if, for instance, Internet Explorer is slow and unhandy, it make sense to test against it, while if you don't find any bug with PhantomJS it does not mean much, ...



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