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Selenium + Wiki = "live" requirements

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February 26, 2011 10:00 AM

Kiev, Ukraine

Kiev, Ukraine

From ancient times, teams and customers wanted to have requirements that are available through a web interface with ability of editing, formatting, and storing the history of changes. The result was a Wiki. Many people like to have the acceptance and functional tests directly in requirements, with the ability to modify and run them. So there was a FitNesse. As the popularity of Selenium grows many free products based on FitNesse appeared on the market, allowing to write tests for web applications together with requirements. This presentation will consider several such tools, their advantages and disadvantages, techniques of writing tests, approaches, and useful practices.

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