CubicTest was developed to be a graphical Eclipse plug-in for writing Selenium and Watir tests. It makes web tests faster and easier to write, and provides abstractions to make tests more robust and reusable.
CubicTest’s test editor is centered around pages/states and transitions between these pages/states. The model is intuitive for both Ajax and traditional web applications and supports most user interaction types.
CubicTest features an innovative test recorder and test runner based on Selenium RC which are fully integrated with the graphical test editor. Tests can also run standalone from Maven 2.







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The “Test Case” is the process that interacts with the application. We use the term state to refer to a particular view of the application.

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The goal of this project is to establish a framework for creating web applications using the Selenium testing framework, based on the JUnit testing framework.
The JUnit framework works by writing test code in Java that make sure that some test criteria are met. This allows developers to write tests as written Java test code, and to run the test code without needing a web server. This is the main advantage of the JUnit framework.
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CubicTest consists of a test project and a few additional plugins that work together to help you write and execute Selenium/Watir tests. Your tests can be executed from the IDE or from the command line. The test project comes with a graphical graphical editor with integrated test recorder that uses the Eclipse infrastructure to execute tests using Selenium RC and control them remotely.

You can use CubicTest to:

Create HTML pages with easily accessible state objects and transitions between these states,

Write well organized tests with test recorder that generates valid test cases for you,

Use prepared and empty states to define your page structures

Consult the list of automatically generated imports on the class level (see below).

Using the Test Explorer

The test explorer is the heart of the CubicTest and you use it to create pages and states and transitions between them.
Creating Pages
A page is a collection of states and transitions. You can have a single page with just one state or multiple pages with different states.

A state is a collection of Actions, i.e. lines in the editor that represent HTTP requests that are sent to the browser. Web requests (e.g. login, logout) are recorded automatically, but they can also be recorded manually as well.

You can create new states by simply dragging and dropping them from the actions list. New states inherit their methods and properties from the state they were created from. For example, if you create a new action from a Logout action, its Logout method will be available for the created state.

When you create a new page, the test explorer creates a corresponding Java class. This class can be reused in any other test project using the CubicTest class.

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In addition to actions and states, you can also import variables and layouts from other pages to use them in the new page.
Importing Layouts
Importing layouts is very easy. Click on a layout on the Layout Map and add a new reference to it. The reference is added to your new page automatically.

Importing Variables
Variable imports are similar to the import layout from the layout map. In the editor you can choose a variable from the variables list and add a reference to it.

Using Tests with Generated Pages

Once you create a test project using CubicTest you have two options to test pages created with CubicTest:

Use the testrunner that is built

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Packaged by Eclipse.

Integrates tests, events and specification files into a single project model. This allows a test-first and incremental approach to writing and running tests.

Configures a test-based lifecycle that allows test maintenance with Maven.

Simplified configuration management and automated deployment of tests.

Supports many target platforms, including:










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Does not require any open-source middleware.

Integrates testing into Maven builds.

Allows for reuse of test fixtures/setup.

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Simplifies test-configuration by providing a predefined directory structure and naming conventions.

Supports a large number of selenium bindings to libraries such as:

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CPython and Jython:

Also supports Ruby using the Ruby Selenium bindings, which are less mature than the Jython ones, but include the same features.

By default, CubicTest uses cookies to store user states. CubicTest provides a developer API that can be used to read and manipulate cookies for your own purposes.

Free from Redcode:

In the tradition of Redcode, CubeGrid is provided as open source and is developed as an Eclipse plugin. The Eclipse project also has the goal of making the Eclipse IDE an ideal environment for writing UI tests.

The project is based around the concept of a Grid, or local, information. A Grid is a container that can hold other Grid objects in an application. Note that the Grid object is non-visual and this is the main difference to Redcode’s Visual Objects.

In addition to the standard Grid pattern, CubicTest employs

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