BrowserUp runs real-browser tests using your selenium scripts.
While there are other tools that can run Selenium tests, BrowserUp is different in that it lets you use your codebase.
What do we mean by “your code”?
- Code in your IDE
- Keep your code in your repo
- BrowserUp doesn’t take your code, run it, and extract an HTTP script. BrowserUp actually runs your code during the test.
- You can use your own libraries and extensions.
- Because we run your code, you are free to import your own libraries, gems, JARs
- If you build a custom image, you can use any language you can install on Debian Bookworm
The easiest way to get started with a selenium test is to generate a scaffold for the language you would like to use.
The BrowserUp init command offers a number of options for generating a scaffold for your test.
browserup load init --help
Although you can use any language you like, we have provided scaffolds for the following languages:
–selenium-java - Init a sample script with Selenium using Java
–selenium-python - Init a sample script with Selenium using Python
–selenium-ruby - Init a sample script with Selenium using Ruby
–selenium-csharp - Init a sample dotnet solution with C#. Requires compilation.