Selunit - Selenium + Continuous Integration

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Selunit combines comprehensively Selenium tests in Selenese HTML format (default Selenium IDE format) with Continuous Integration. It provides a flexible Maven plugin for executing Selenese suites in batch and outputs test results in JUnit format. This allows running, controlling and analyzing Selenium tests and reports within all modern CI servers e.g. Hudson or Jenkins without additional tools.

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