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Re: Using WWW::Selenium To Test Or Automate An Ajax Website

by spx2 (Deacon)
on Dec 31, 2008 at 05:51 UTC ( #733416=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Using WWW::Selenium To Test Or Automate An Ajax Website

Very very nice tutorial ! I was looking for something like this I was actually thinking of writing something similar with WWW::Selenium using Greasemonkey+Firefox+some_http_server_running_perl from "scratch" that would inject code in the page using AJAX to communicate between Perl and Javascript but now I'm more confident of WWW::Selenium s powers

I have tried Selenium myself,installed it on my computer,it takes a pretty big hit on the resources as I was written in Java I think,it opened up it's own http server and had installed a firefox extension on my firefox.

Basically the same thing can be done with Greasemonkey since it allows one to write code exactly after the page is rendered.

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[Lady_Aleena]: Would you use a module that is almost 150 characters to type with the use and importing all subroutines?
[LanX]: use module :all ?
[Lady_Aleena]: Lax, that would take it down to a little less than 100 characters. The module name is nearly 80 characters long.
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[Lady_Aleena]: Sorry for the name typo LanX.

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