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Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
Selenium Conf - Robots
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Selenium Conf - Robots

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Mobile testing is different than desktop web testing. It needs the right tool for the job. In this case, we need robots. Lots of them. Lots of little robot fingers touching lots of little mobile …

Mobile testing is different than desktop web testing. It needs the right tool for the job. In this case, we need robots. Lots of them. Lots of little robot fingers touching lots of little mobile device screens. In this talk, Jason Huggins will bring out some robots from his lab and demonstrate how you, too, can join in the robot revolution that will destroy civilization… and make a decent living testing mobile apps in the process.

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  • 1. Teaching a Robotto Play Angry Birds Jason Huggins, Sauce Labs Inc
  • 2. Jason HugginsCo-creator, The Selenium ProjectCo-founder, CTO, Sauce Labs Inc twitter: @hugs email: hugs@saucelabs.com
  • 3. @hugs
  • 4. bitbeam.org
  • 5. Motorized Pin Art
  • 6. pinthing.com
  • 7. Maker Faire
  • 8. Gridbeam
  • 9. The “Clicker”
  • 10. LEGO Technic Compatibility• Beam width: 5/16 inches• Distance between holes: 8mm• Hole diameter: 4.8 mm
  • 11. Hypothesis:• Selenium is a software-based robot.• Selenium’s mission is to mimic and automate how users interact with an application.• For mobile, this means handling real devices.• To test mobile, could I take Selenium out of the screen and into the real world?
  • 12. My unscientific method:• Electronics: Arduino• Mechanics: Bitbeam - Lego Technic compatible building toy - Made from Basswood - Designed with 3D tool OpenSCAD - Lasercut at TechShop San Francisco• Software: Python, OpenCV
  • 13. BitbeamBot I:The Angry-Birds PlayingFunctional Testing Robot
  • 14. “Too Slow!”
  • 15. “Delta!”
  • 16. BitbeamBot II:The Faster Angry-Birds Playing Functional Testing Robot
  • 17. Moar Demos!
  • 18. Linkshttp://github.com/hugs/bitbeamhttp://bitbeam.orghttp://pinthing.comhttp://gridbeam.biz/http://saucelabs.com

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