- Running Gwen on BrowserStack
- Thread local settings
- Locator level timeouts
So you can drive automation with Gherkin features like this..
Feature: Google search Scenario: Perform a google search Given I have Google in my browser When I do a search for "Gwen automation" Then the first result should open a Gwen page
..by writing Gwen Meta features like this..
Feature: Google search meta @StepDef Scenario: I have Google in my browser Given I start a new browser When I navigate to "http://www.google.com" Then the page title should be "Google" @StepDef Scenario: I do a search for "<query>" Given the search field can be located by name "q" When I enter "$<query>" in the search field Then the page title should contain "$<query>" @StepDef Scenario: the first result should open a Gwen page Given the first match can be located by css selector ".r > a" When I click the first match Then the current URL should contain "gwen-interpreter"
..with no Page Objects or Selenium coding required!
- Automation driven by plain text Gherkin specifications
- See Gwen-Web DSL
- Features can execute in batch mode or interactively
- Features can execute sequentially or in parallel
- Execution can be data driven (using csv data feeds)
- REPL console allows verifying before running
- Cross browser support
- Remote web driver support
- Screenshot capture and slideshow playback
- Interchangeable Selenium implementation
- Locator Chaining
- Headless Browser Execution
- Gwen Workspaces for easy and consistent Gwen installation, configuration and execution on any workstation or build server.
- Locator level timeouts
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Copyright 2014-2018 Brady Wood, Branko Juric and Gwen contributors.
This software is open sourced under the Apache License, Version 2.0.
See also: LICENSE.
Open sourced 28 June 2014 03:27 pm AEST
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We thank the following contributors and active users for helping to make Gwen better. You are all awesome!
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The following users raised issues or requests that have been addressed:
- Rebecca Abriam
- George Tsihitas
- Zoltan Penzeli
- Pradeep Thawani