- two companies looking to hire some talent
- a request for volunteers to develop an XSL based templating layer
- and a host of other great topics that I’m sure others will add in the comments of this post.
We did discuss two Firefox Extensions that may be very interesting to Web Application developers out there.
The second one is more of a complete package with a FireFox extension. If you have ever wanted to generate a testing harness on your user-interface itself, or you have wanted to automate any functional testing; [url=http://www.openqa.org/selenium/]Selenium[/url] may be the tool for you.
Selenium (from OpenQA) comes in two parts, the [url=http://www.openqa.org/selenium-ide/]Selenium-IDE[/url] and the [url=http://www.openqa.org/selenium-core/]Selenium-core[/url]. Grab the IDE and kick the tires, or just [url=http://wiki.openqa.org/display/SIDE/Recording+a+Test]watch the movie[/url]. If you want to see how take your single test and start building an automated suite; go check out Selenium-Core.
Again, I hope you all had a great time! See you again next month!
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