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Implement Automatic Testing using Selenium and PowerShell in TFS - More TestPlans

In this article I will use the Selenium webdriver for Chrome in PowerShell to implement automatic testing. For firefox or the original testplan, see Implement Automatic Testing using Selenium and PowerShell in TFS
Used technologies:

  • Selenium webdriver for Chrome
  • PowerShell
Note that I only list chrome here. Chrome works a bit cleaner and the code is exactly the same.

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2019/05/23 11:13 · sjoerd

Implement Automatic Testing using Selenium and PowerShell in TFS

In this article I will use the Selenium webdriver for Firefox and Chrome in PowerShell to implement automatic testing in TFS. I will this combined with the earlier create build and release pipeline in which we deployed a website. Here we will take the necessary steps to test the website.

Used technologies:

  • Selenium webdriver for Firefox and Chrome
  • TFS build and release tasks
  • PowerShell
Note that because we use PowerShell to do the test, the results are not considered an automatic test from the point of view from TFS. This requires a testplan, in an appropriate format. To create that you'll need Visual Studio (Code). Using PowerShell to do the same thing should be considered as a very fast and easy to deploy lightweight version of automatic testing. Possibilities are limited but should be sufficient in most cases.

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2019/05/22 15:46 · sjoerd
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