Taza is meant to make acceptance testing more sane for developers(or QA where applicable) and customers.
- Generate a project for browser-based testing
- Generate pages and sites for different applications
- Create flows that move through a site
- Use filters to control which elements are accessible on a page depending on its state
- Taza automatically creates and cleans up the browser for each site just like a File block
- Manage tests by tags
- Cross-site testing
- Taza has only been used in the wild with WATIR(Safari/Firefox/IE), but Selenium support is built-in
- Taza's generators currently generate RSpec specs, Test::Unit and other test framework support is planned
Taza is meant to be a refreshing way to look at browser testing. Taza provides a few ways to abstract browser-based testing into three simple ideas.
Sites have Pages. Pages have elements and filters. Flows are common actions on a site such as logging in or performing a search.
Here's an example for starting a project around Google apps:
That will generate an RSpec HTML report at artifacts/functional/google/index.html
- Ruby >= 1.8.7
- A browser.
$ [sudo] gem install taza
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