Tag: php

Run your Selenium tests in parallel with PHPUnit

One of the advantages of running your Selenium tests on the TestingBot grid is that we scale depending on your needs. If you need to run 100 Selenium tests, it might take some time for them to finish if you run them one after another. By running tests in parallel, you can dramatically reduce the time it takes to run…

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Selenium testing with Behat and Mink

If you haven’t heard of Behat yet, it’s a BDD framework which runs on PHP written by Konstantin Kudryashov. Behat is similar to Cucumber for Ruby, Lettuce for Python and SpecFlow for .NET. You’ll use Behat for functional testing, data-driven testing and API testing. With Behat you can easily write Gherkin stories (which are human readable test cases). To start…

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