How to Write Page Object Model Tests using Selenified
Open Source

In this previous post, my colleague discussed the benefits of using the Page Object Model Pattern to write your automated tests. In this video blog, I’ll show you some examples of how to write POM tests using the latest release of Selenified (3.0). Additional Thoughts Because Selenified supports parallel test execution, it’s important to ensure tests have […]

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Selenified and Web Services: Moving Beyond the Browser
Testing

Selenified was released with the idea to make browser testing easier. Selenified = Selenium Simplified. That said, not all testing is done within the browser. Not only can it not all be done there, but even if it could, it shouldn’t. For this reason, Selenified also allows for simple testing of other interfaces. Web Services […]

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Introducing Selenified

Selenified is the re-branded, updated, and patched software version of the software previously called the SecureCI™ Testing Framework. The Selenified Test Framework provides mechanisms for simply testing applications at multiple tiers while easily integrating into DevOps build environments. Selenified provides traceable reporting for both web and API testing, wraps and extends Selenium calls to more […]

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Sonatype’s New Nexus Lifecycle Helps Teams Migrate Open Source Libraries

This is part 2 of my blog series about Nexus Lifecycle. If you missed my first part you can find by clicking this link. Here I will talk about how to properly roll out Nexus Lifecycle in an Enterprise Environment based on a past experience. The first thing you need to do is to make […]

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2017 Q1 SecureCI™ Release
Security

I know what you’re thinking…what happened to the 2016 release? Well, 2016 was an interesting year, and unfortunately we weren’t able to get out a mid-year release, and our Q4 release got pushed to Q1 of this year. But, finally, an updated version of SecureCI™ is here! So, what can you expect from this release? Upgrades First and […]

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Setting up OpenLDAP

I recently needed to setup OpenLDAP for a client. We setup an entire pipeline, similar to SecureCI and wanted to tie all of the tools into one login system. The installation was pretty straitforward, but we wanted to ensure our tooling stack was secured, so we moved a bit beyond the basics. This is all […]

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