Working on Selenium Webdriver: how can i get my Selenium tests working on Travis Ci


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asked Feb 17, 2016 by deiters_Cor (710 points)
I know that it need to use YML file and so far I've got language: java mvn test jdk: - oraclejdk8 before_script: - "export DISPLAY=:99 Many help in advance

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answered Apr 1, 2016 by Clarit (1,230 points)
 
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To do this we will need a server running so the tests can access our app. Setting Up Some Real Tests We now want to set up some real tests.

See Automated frontend testing with AngularJS, mocha, protractor, SauceLabs & Travis CI | Noble Samurai Labs for full details
commented Apr 2, 2016 by Gehneang (240 points)
Hopefully this will help
commented Apr 2, 2016 by V764 (170 points)
You need to have root
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answered Mar 27, 2016 by byfieldYou (630 points)

This allows your tests to be agnostic of which webdriver it's instantiating. You can also specify your selenium settings to which webdriver to use. Read the second part here https://pypi.python.org/pypi/wtframework/0.4.10
commented Mar 28, 2016 by rosero (790 points)
Download/Install Eclipse
commented Mar 28, 2016 by nathe (530 points)
Is this something that might become part of the core distribution of Moodle
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answered May 5, 2016 by Sikkila (710 points)
I am using a table with alternate row color with this
Check this link Automated frontend testing with AngularJS, mocha ...
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answered May 6, 2016 by degeorge2946 (1,460 points)
Here is the example, https://blog.mozilla.org/webqa/category/webdriver/
I just solved mine too
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answered May 6, 2016 by Connarton (200 points)
Just my two cents for future visitors who have this problem
I have had a look at https://github.com/retornam/mdn-tests which helped understand part of the process

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