On Jan 14, 2005, at 00:04, Bret Pettichord wrote:

> Selenium is sever-side test automation software that currently 
> supports in-browser testing on IE, Mozilla and Firefox on Windows, Mac 
> and Linux. Seriously. The tests actually run in your browser of choice 
> using a javascript automation engine that is implanted into the 
> browser from the server. It's not fast, but it is very accurate and 
> convincing.

Couldn't a client-side HTTP proxy be used to remove the need for 
something to be installed on the server side, and thus make it possible 
to use Selenium for any web application, not just those for which there 
is server-side access? Just a thought, since Selenium sounds very 
intriguing, but the server-side requirement seems a bit onerous.


Nathaniel
Terralien, Inc.

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