[Baypiggies] python-based test frameworks?

Elizabeth Leddy eleddy at umich.edu
Wed Dec 22 18:31:25 CET 2010

> > For the front end testing, selenium [4], which has a python driver, is
> > probably one the best things out there. There's an active community of
> > users [5] in the bay area.
> I've used Selenium in the past and my current company also uses Selenium
> (although I'm not currently involved in that part of the project).
> However, if I were making a choice from scratch I would definitely
> consider Windmill.

I like windmill as well but selenium can be integrated with hudson so I tend
to choose selenium. Big ups for that.


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