Tagged as: PhantomJS

Siesta tip: Integrating PhantomJS with your IDE

In this post we would like to share a simple tip that will allow you to speed up your work when writing or debugging your Siesta tests. A common scenario is to find that you need to change only few characters in your code, and re-run some test. Sometimes you just want to experiment, like comment out one line and see the results. You can do this without leaving your …

Improving the Siesta automation

As you may already know, we use Siesta to test our own JavaScript components (Ext Scheduler and Ext Gantt) as well as Siesta itself. The test suites for our Ext JS components now consist of about 100 files for each product, meaning a couple of thousand assertions in total. More over we want our components to be compatible with at least the few most recent versions …