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  • Awhile back, I wrote the following tutorial

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

    http://perlmonks.org/?node_id=720018 [perlmonks.org]

    It is more about getting the most out of Selenium and working around some issues than it is about integrating it into your testing framework. In any event, any tips, tricks or pointers you might be able to share would be very much appreciated.

    • I had none of the problems you had getting Selenium RC running on OS X. It fired right up and found my Firefox. I get no errors switching base domains. I didn't try it with SSL. Maybe they fixed it with 1.0?

      I don't have much experience with Selenium, honestly. I've taken over doing acceptance level QA at Open Sourcery and have just started seriously using Selenium. Its all been in the IDE up to this point -- recording and tweaking for Ajax (I've found waitForElementPresent to be very handy in that regard), running them manually -- thus the frantic urge to get this automated and push the testing back down to the developers.