Selenium IDE3 is continually evolving and has become my new tool-of-choice for testing web apps from the user experience perspective. Some of the features of the older Selenium IDE, such as rollups, are not supported. This has required some time to learn how to recreate test scripts in the new IDE. Along the way I’ve learned some tricks which are not documented on the main Selenium IDE site.
Creating Selenium IDE3 Variables
Using variables in Selenium IDE3 is similar to the older releases. Use the Store command to save common text or other values to a variable. Target is the value to be stored and Value is the name of the variable. Yes, confusing — but that may change as the IDE continues to be refined over time.Read More
A quick intro to Vue. If you are a jQuery fan I highly recommend looking into adding Vue to your developer toolbox.
Vue is running on several projects to create a better admin user experience. Vuetify is layered on top and baked into WordPress themes and plugins.
You will need to add a little custom CSS to stop WordPress from stomping on the UX. You’ll also add a small localize script to seed Vue with relevant data from WordPress. A little REST applet to serve Vue requests and you get a fast good looking responsive app with far less effort than custom code, WordPress skeleton apps, React, or Angular.
Vue + Vuetify is my new go-to tool for plugins and themes. I am happier with my choice knowing that was created and is supported by small independent developers.
A great simple example for those interested in building pure JS web services.