Test Automation (was Re: Update on 1.2 testing)
everett at zufelt.ca
Wed Apr 14 17:35:19 UTC 2010
Curious if any of the testing tools being discussed can be scripted to perform accessibility testing. This might require a bit of thought about what needs to be tested, but since accessibility is in many (but not all) ways machine determinable it would be a great idea if possible. I'd be happy to contribute to discussions and coding accessibility tests.
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On 2010-04-14, at 1:31 PM, Justin Obara wrote:
> I'd agree with all of that.
> - Justin
> On 2010-04-14, at 1:25 PM, Michelle D'Souza wrote:
>> I really like the idea of using TestSwarm because it leverages the whole community in order to get platform and browser coverage. I'm sure we can all get into the habit of connecting to TestSwarm regularly - in fact I know a number of us don't close our browsers so we'd just need to keep a tab open. :) It seems to me that we would have less of a maintenance burden when we change our browser support if we use TestSwarm.
>> On 14-Apr-10, at 11:53 AM, Colin Clark wrote:
>>> So, to the question of test automation, there are some options:
>>> 1. The TestSwarm server is now fairly easily installable. It's a set of PHP scripts and a bit of Apache configuration. We'd each probably have to consistently keep a browser window or two open to the TestSwarm server, but it should allow us to automate the tests in a fairly elegant and distributed way.
>>> Colin Clark
>>> Technical Lead, Fluid Project
>> Michelle D'Souza
>> Software Developer, Fluid Project
>> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre
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