Introducing the most elegant way to use webdriver with ruby

I have recently launched the most elegant way to use webdriver with ruby. It’s a collection of succinct examples of how to use watir-webdriver. I found it very enjoyable piecing together this information from various blog posts I have written, and organizing it in a structured, logical manner. I hope you find it useful.

Author: Alister Scott

Alister is an Excellence Wrangler for Automattic.

6 thoughts on “Introducing the most elegant way to use webdriver with ruby”

  1. Cool! I would like to see a book with design patterns, frameworks, ATDD, advanced agile testing, best practices and so on. I know that automation is a dinamic area but i would definetly buy such material. There are a lot of books for devs but not for QA Engineers.

    Anyhow keep up the good work and thank you for sharing this infos with us.



  2. This is a very nice site (content and navigation wise), Alister. Thank you very much for all your contributions to the Test community!

    By the way we (Expedia) enjoy working with ThoughtWorks guys in our Bellevue and London offices at the moment. Al Grimes says “hi”!


    1. Sorry, where did you get the first link?
      The doc from the first link is generated from current source, whereas the second link is generated from the current released ruby gem, therefore the second will match what you have installed.


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