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Selenium webdriver extensions for Nemo automation framework. Adapts JSON-formatted locator objects to common selenium-webdriver operations.Unless you plan to get your hands dirty and author your own 'view' plugin (see nemo-view), you probably won't be interacting with nemo-drivex directly, besides adding it as a dependency and adding it to your nemo-plugins.json config. If you are planning to use nemo-view, just start with the docs there.
Nemo provides a simple way to add selenium automation to your NodeJS web projects. With a powerful configuration ability provided by krakenjs/confit, and plugin architecture, Nemo is flexible enough to handle any browser/device automation need.Nemo is built to easily plug into any task runner and test runner. But in this README we will only cover setup and architecture of Nemo as a standalone entity.
This NuGet package install Chrome Driver (Win32, macOS, and Linux64) for Selenium WebDriver into your Unit Test Project."chromedriver(.exe)" does not appear in Solution Explorer, but it is copied to bin folder from package folder when the build process.
This NuGet package install IE Driver(x86) for Selenium WebDriver into your Unit Test Project."IEDriverServer.exe" does not appear in Solution Explorer, but it is copied to bin folder from package folder when the build process.
Splinter is an open source tool for testing web applications using Python. It lets you automate browser actions, such as visiting URLs and interacting with their items. Splinter is an abstraction layer on top of existing browser automation tools such as Selenium, PhantomJS and zope.testbrowser. It has a high-level API that makes it easy to write automated tests of web applications. It has drivers for Chrome and Firefox for browser-based testing, and zope.testbrowser and PhantomJS for headless testing.