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Use spoon in your testing
Does anyone ever use spoon in testing work? I'm newer to it, and want to learn some experience for using spoon. Or docker?
never used spoon, looks interesting. I'll put it on my todo list to research it when I have time.
Originally Posted by lydiawu
As for docker, given it's not a windows or mac VM, it's hard to target the actual browsers most of our users are using. (IE, safari)
There is a library someone built to make setting up docker easier, https://github.com/SeleniumHQ/docker-selenium, I think this is good for first pass CI and dev builds. (by first pass CI, i mean as a supplement to headless testing, but not consider on par with what should be used for regression)
Do you finish your research in Spoon?
haven't had time to look into it at depth yet. In theory, the concept seems similar to docker, which has been used successfully to setup linux VMs for Selenium testing. If it can do the same for Windows that Docker has for linux, I think it would be a big gain for the testing community.
Originally Posted by AmyOrchid
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