Posts tagged with drone

    Writing Functional Tests with Drone and Graphene that Don't Suck

    I’ve been writing functional tests with Drone and Graphene for a while and have picked up a few “best practices” for myself. These best practices are designed around 1) make it obvious what you’re testing and 2) use abstractions when available. After all…

    Quote meme - Always code as if the guy who ends up maintaining your code will be a violent psychopath that knows where you live

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    Using Arquillian Drone and Graphene in Standalone Mode

    I’ve been using Arquillian and its testing framework for a few years now and absolutely love it! It’s super easy to manage a server’s lifecycle, deploy applications, and then test them. Drone and Graphene’s extensions also make it incredibly easy to write browser-based tests without getting too down and dirty with the Selenium WebDriver API (which is a little messy).

    Since I love Drone and Graphene, it would be nice to use the page abstractions/fragments on non-Java apps (sure, you can use Arquillian Cube too… but that’s another post). This post will go over what’s needed to run Drone and Graphene in standalone mode.

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