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ScalaWebTest is a library for writing ScalaTest/Selenium based integration tests for websites. It helps you with your basic setup and provides a new and very efficient approach to testing.
In manufacturing it is common to use gauges (also called checking gauges or testing gauges) to verify whether a workpiece meets predefined criteria and tolerances. ScalaWebTest transfers this concept to the world of web integration testing. You can define a gauge in HTML, and use it to verify your web application. This greatly improves the readability, simplicity of your integration tests. This talk will help you learn how to introduce ScalaWebTest in your project and write tests using gauges.
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ScalaWebTest: Reducing your effort to write integration tests for web applications
Daniel has worked in IT for over 15 years. He is currently with Unic AG, located in Berne Switzerland, developing web applications and services with Adobe Experience Manager and Apache ServiceMix. He lacks the knack for CSS to be a full-stack developer, but ask him about database design and you'll hear him rave for hours about the great options we have available today.