I would like to learn more about automated integration testing / end-to-end testing, especially for web applications.

I am looking for a good codebase, which has nicely structured, efficient integration tests, with good test coverage, to look for examples, stylistic choices, etc.

Is there an open source project which has such a well-maintained test-suite? Which one would you recommend for reviewing and learning from?


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Check the Wikia app , they have well structured test suite with the Page Object Model. Look at there Github Repository :https://github.com/Wikia/selenium-tests There site is:http://www.wikia.com/fandom


You should not judge the book by its cover but zurmo CRM looks promising because they claim: "We use a test-driven methodology for building every part of the application."


The entire CI pipeline for Wikipedia, is public. https://integration.wikimedia.org/

This includes the Jenkins instance that runs all the integration tests for the Mediawiki framework (the software that powers Wikipedia). https://integration.wikimedia.org/ci/

You can also see coverage reporting https://integration.wikimedia.org/cover/

As well as code review https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/q/status:open,n,z

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