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Tellurium UI Module Plugin (Trump) 0.8.0 Requires Restart
The Tellurium Automated Testing Framework (Tellurium) is a UI module-based web automated testing framework built on top of Selenium. The Tellurium UI Module Plugin (TrUMP) is used for users to automatically create UI modules.
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About this Add-on
Tellurium IDE: a new FireFox plugin to automatically generate Tellurium test script is available now at:
and the user guide is at:
The Tellurium Automated Testing Framework (Tellurium) is an open source automated testing framework for web applications. Most web testing tools/frameworks focus on individual UI elements such as links and buttons. Tellurium takes a new approach for automated web testing using the UI module. The UI module makes it possible to build locators for UI elements at runtime. First, this makes Tellurium robust and responsive to changes from internal UI elements. Second, the UI module makes Tellurium expressive. A UI element can be referred to simply by appending the names (uid) along the path to the specific element. This also enables Tellurium's "Group Locating" feature, making composite objects reusable, and addressing dynamic web pages.
Tellurium UI Module Plugin (Trump) is a Firefox plugin to automatically generate the UI module after users select the UI elements from the web under testing.
The new features in 0.8.0 RC1 release include:
* IFrame support
* Use Santa Algorithm to locate UI Module
* Multiple UI Module recording
* Export file to window
* Tellurium command test
* Better help menu
* Many bug fixes
Tellurium documents are available at:
Please follow tellurium project on twitter for the latest update:
and report any problems to Tellurium user group at: