Automated Browser Testing: What's in Your Toolkit?
It's been awhile since we've had a good poll here on Agile Zone, so here's a question for you: What do you use for automated browser testing? I'm in the midst of preparing several talks for the upcoming Rich Web Experience in Ft. Lauderdale, FL (November 30-December 3, 2010), all of which are focused on automated browser testing. With all of the excellent tools out there, I'd like to get a sense for what people are using. Given that DZone readers represent a pretty decent cross-section of the development world, I thought I'd pose the question to you.
For choices I've picked many of the major players of which I'm aware, as well as some newcomers to the browser testing game. Please vote for the one that you are currently using or plan to start using soon. For those of you not currently doing automated testing in the browser, I've added a choice for that as well.
Even more important than voting for your testing tool of choice - please post up in the comments the reasons why you've chosen the tool that you use, as well as reasons for not choosing tools that you've decided to avoid. I'll be posting a follow-up article at the end of the week summarizing the results of the poll and quoting some of the best comments that are made. So what are you waiting for? Let your voice be heard!
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