Testing JSF and RichFaces with Arquillian - Part II - Rapid Test Development

June 5, 2013

In a previous post we have discussed what technologies we use for testing JSF and RichFaces in particular. The tools we use focus on testing complex business applications with rich user interfaces...

Debugging Arquillian Test Execution

June 4, 2013

It is practically unavoidable to hit issues during a test execution. Fortunately, with the Arquillian, debugging such issue is a really simple task...

JHackFest in Brno - Java & JVM languages, Frameworks and Tools

February 13, 2013

Developer Conference will be held in Brno in just under two weeks. Since it will highly increase the concentration of hackers and people who are fond of open source, we leverage this fantastic opportunity to organize a hackfest!..

Testing JSF and RichFaces with Arquillian - Part I - Used Technologies

January 29, 2013

As we announced earlier, we are undergoing several changes in our approach to how RichFaces is tested. We already have an extensive functional test suite authored by a top-notch RichFaces QE team, but this suite doesn’t allow us to react quickly on regressions introduced and so we usually find some of them during release testing...

New in RichFaces 4.3: Placeholder

January 28, 2013

In RichFaces 4.3 we build upon a great work from Bernard Labno who prototyped the <rich:placeholder /> component and shared it in the RichFaces Sandbox. This component gives you an ability similar to the HTML5’s placeholder – it pre-fills form inputs with text, which serves as a hint for users of what data is a particular input expects...

New in RichFaces 4.3: Focus

January 24, 2013

The <rich:focus /> component allows you to focus on a form input once the user requests the JSF page update (either via a full-page load or an AJAX partial update). The <rich:focus /> component will make sure that the focused component is the best choice for the user based on following criteria: validation results tabindex settings position in the page which component was selected prior to the request Contributed by Community The <rich:focus /> is another sample of a RichFaces Community contribution – the component was initially proposed and implemented by Bernard Labno and he contributed it to the RichFaces Sandbox...

Graphene 2.0.0.Alpha3 Released

January 15, 2013

Highlighted Features jQuery Selectors Graphene gets its own @FindBy annotation and ByJQuery selector in order to fully support jQuery selectors. (read more) Injecting Selenium Resources The interesting Selenium APIs (HTML5, Mobile, etc.) can be injected to the test or page fragments directly...