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Jun
28
comment Is FitNesse the only DSL for Selenium, or is there another DSL available?
Brian, plz see my answer below
Jun
28
answered Is FitNesse the only DSL for Selenium, or is there another DSL available?
Jun
28
answered Is FitNesse the only DSL for Selenium, or is there another DSL available?
Jun
18
answered Read requests and responses made by browser on naviagating a web page in C# webdriver
Jun
11
answered How can I automate in Selenium IDE for email activation link?
Jun
8
answered Does writing “Given” “When” “Then” BDD style test cases scale up to larger, end-to-end scenarios
Jun
3
answered what is the best way to write automated end to end user scenarios?
May
29
comment How can I spoof HTTP request data while testing?
And here is a good video on using Fiddler: mehdi-khalili.com/advanced-web-debugging-with-fiddler
May
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awarded  Yearling
May
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answered Capture screen during exploratory testing
May
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awarded  Critic
Mar
27
answered WebDriver: Can I inject a jQuery script for a page that isn't using jQuery?
Mar
22
revised NUnit: Global error method/event for handling exceptions
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Mar
22
answered NUnit: Global error method/event for handling exceptions
Mar
22
comment Cucumber and Watin for Acceptance testing in Asp.Net MVC
Also, please check out this page: agile-wiki.wikispaces.com/Comparing+SpecFlow+and+Fitnesse Fitnesse also has its advantages and many successful automation teams are using it. Specflow fits better for my project than Fitnesse, but my coworkers from parallel projects are happy with Fitnesse. Both projects are enterprise solutions written in .NET.
Mar
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awarded  Editor
Mar
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revised Cucumber and Watin for Acceptance testing in Asp.Net MVC
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answered Cucumber and Watin for Acceptance testing in Asp.Net MVC
Mar
13
answered Handling browser level authentication using Selenium
Mar
13
comment What programming languages are good for novice testers to learn?
The Windows Batch scripting saves a lot of time. I am installing my application under test using the msiexec, copying the predefined config files automatically after the installation, downloading the recent builds from the overseas servers, backuping and restoring the oracle DB in one click. Why should I do all this routine operations manually? I am automating them with batch files and command line tools. Instead of Batch files you also can use Powershell, JScript etc. but I prefer to automate my tasks using batch.And it saves my working hours each day.