Serenity BDD in FanaticalTest Web Test Factory

We are super exited to release today a new web test factory that allows you to create functional automated test of any web application or website. This factory is open to anyone and anyone could contribute.

What’s new in 2.0?

We have remove our own framework and we decide to adopt Serenity BDD framework. We have decide to go with Serenity BDD in order to focus on test delivery and not reinvent the wheel. Also this framework has so many contributors that allows to keep it-self up-to-date.

Also the factory is delivered with a Gradle including some build tasks examples to manage several level of tests.

Last but not least, we provide a docker container for selenium agent in order to have a full selenium grid.

Getting started quickly

  1. Clone or fork the test factory.
  2. Open the project in your favorite Java IDE.
  3. In the terminal window, go to the projects root and run the selenium agent :
    docker-compose up -d
  4. Run the vnc to open the agent in order to see live the test:
    vnc://127.0.0.1
  5. Run the smoke test:
    gradle clean smokeTest
  6. When the test is completed, run in the browser [project-root]/target/site/serenity/index.html and you should see a report similar to this example.

 

OpenStack on a single machine

If you want to go more further in Containers, and you want to have a dedicated machine for it. You will need a few more “thing” above Docker. You will need an Hypervisor and a container orchestrator.
For an Hypervisor you could take LXD and an OpenStack as orchestrator.

At the first glance this could take a lot of configurations steps. But guess what, there is a “Next, Next, Next” installation!

Here is the link and it is super easy and check the tutorial video: https://www.ubuntu.com/download/cloud/conjure-up