perl, cpan: WWW::Scripter

WWW::Scripter – search.cpan.org From the POD there: DESCRIPTION  This is a subclass of WWW::Mechanize that uses the W3C DOM and provides support for scripting. No actual scripting engines are provided with WWW::Scripter, but are available as separate plugins. (See also the “SEE ALSO” section below.) So it supports DOM, but no XPath expression yet. And… Continue reading perl, cpan: WWW::Scripter

Selenium+XPather: e.g. verifyTextPresent vs. verifyElementPresent

Selenium usually records string clicks and tests instead of true native language independent XPath expressions. But you can always find the right XPath expression yourself (resp. with the help of XPather, a Firefox extension), and make use of it in your selenium code. Caveat: the XPath expression, that XPather tells you, needs yet another ‘/’… Continue reading Selenium+XPather: e.g. verifyTextPresent vs. verifyElementPresent

Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps (2010)

Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps (2010) My Wednesday (2010-10-27) night movie. Very nice. Good entertainment. Now I know, how to pronounce the surname “Schwartz” in English. That’s one of the main characters in that movie. Thanks to my movie night sponsor EN!!!!

Selenium: strftime, sprintf

I would like to see a strftime or an sprintf in Selenium. Javascript has a printf, but only for files, not for strings. (Maybe there is a way to regards strings as files, but my Javascript competence is not good enough for that.) I found Javascript code, that implements sprintf. (I only introduced “Selenium” in… Continue reading Selenium: strftime, sprintf

misc. Selenium links

Selenium IDE Tutorial – Part 1 | code-diesel Selenium IDE Tutorial – Part 2 | code-diesel Selenium Training – The Automated Tester: Selenium Record and Replay Tutorial Selenium JavaScript Tutorial Selenium XPath Tutorial Selenium Regular Expression Tutorial Selenium waitForX Tutorial Selenium User Extension Tutorial … Un-enumerable thanks to DS, who provided me with these links… Continue reading misc. Selenium links

yet another posting of mine on the FRITZ!Boxes

Somebody asked me a few questions regarding the FRITZ!Boxes, and I think, it makes sense to answer them here on this blog. No, I haven’t been digging into the FRITZ!Boxes “at levels well below the standard web UI”. There is no SSH server, that comes with the FRITZ!Boxes.There are private web-sites, where you can find… Continue reading yet another posting of mine on the FRITZ!Boxes