1. The magician defend against bats:
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Demo the basic features of the Connected extension. It is design for helping management the tabs of the browser. Currently it support save a window as a session, export a session as a file and import the session file. The sesion can be restore at any time.
Pip is a wide used python package management tool, it works properly most of the time. But occasionally there will be a few error when install some special package which may required local build after download.
Here are two common ways to resolve these kinds of error
1. Use a prebuild binary, the most common library could be download from here. But the links seems dead for a while.
2. Install the necessary Cpp compiler for python 2.7 on window from here
After install the compiler rerun the pip install
First let’s explain what is the “none standard file upload” for a website. Let a user upload a file is a very common use case for a website. The most common way to implement this would be
Then post the file content with form to the server. This is the standard way to upload a file with HTML. The standard way have several limitation. The most significant is difficult to customize the style for the upload file control.
So the none standard file upload come up with this requirement. The main idea is let the web designer customize the looking as they preferred. After the user click the control then dynamically create an input element or trigger a hidden input click in the background. This make the upload control looks much better, but it lead the feature hard for automation UI test. The common automation tools such as selenium(webdriver) and jmeter do not provide a elegant way to handle none standard upload. The reason is due to the input element is dynamically created which nearly impossible to locate it with CSS selector or XPath.
In TruClient 12.55+ which provide a easy way to handle none standard file upload.
Here is a simply code snippet for demo none standard file upload with jsfiddle at http://jsfiddle.net/erxin/o4menymo/
1. Drag a “General Object Action” step
2. Select the aim object which the user will click to upload the file
3. Change the step type from “Click” to “Upload”
4. Assign the right file path to the “Path” parameter
Currently the none standard file upload step only support in TruClient Chrome and IE. The Firefox version will coming soon.
Currently TruClient Lite Chrome doesn’t support batch script operations. If the user want to back up all the local scripts, then they have to manually download the scripts one by one.
There are two ways to back up the scripts
Steps to back up user data folder
Steps to download all the scripts as a single zip file