As usual, examples speak louder than words: I would personally look for something a little bit more up to date and well supported. Note that I have used Selenium with Java and that was a breeze. Working with Selenium API. Implementing an extension for the WebElement object to set the element attribute values. A Comparison of Relational Databases.
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Selenium Testing Tools Cookbook by Unmesh Gundecha
Note that I have used Selenium with Java and that was a breeze. I have found that the pages below provide a great overview of the whole setup.
QA Automation World: Webdriver Integration with Jbehave (BDD)
Here is a really simple stab at what your jehave and steps might look like. See the documentation on Running Stories.
Using JBehave and Selenium WebDriver in Java – Selenium Testing Tools Cookbook [Book]
But it should at least give you an idea of how the stories and steps tie together. Within jbehaev web application UI there are areas that our tests interact with. Implementing an extension for the WebElement object to highlight elements.
Continuous Integration Boot Camp. See the original article here.
Modifying a Windows registry value from Selenium WebDriver. Prerequisites are a Subversion client, Maven 2. JBehave is ancient, the last release was in Synchronizing a test with an implicit wait.
We could have opted for something like the Ruby rockstars fave Cucumberwhich is a qebdriver well-established, but in the end decided upon JBehave.
This runner would then be executed as a JUnit test. Checking an element’s status.
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Continuous Testing with Selenium and JBehave using Page Objects
Font size rem 1. Once these page classes are wired into our SeleniumSteps subclasses, we can use the action open, click, type etc or verification style methods to drive the tests. Automating dropdowns and lists.
Web storage — testing session storage. Follow learning paths and assess your new skills. Using browser tools for inspecting elements and page structure. Wow there’s a blast from the past.