My first open source project I got involved in hasn't got the attention it deserved. As such it was pretty much a dead project. Personally I had much more fun and invested more time in Wicket, but a month ago I made a great decision for jWebUnit.
Julien presented himself to our very small developer community:
My name's Julien, and I'm a french student. I'm currently doing my final
internship in Capgemini. I work on functional testing of web
application, and it led me to try Mercury Quicktest, JStudio, Webtest,
HttpUnit, HtmlUnit, jWebUnit and finally Selenium (now Selenium RC). I
also work on the migration of our applications under Maven 2.
I hope I could help jWebUnit to raise, as I think it's one of the best
solution I tested.
If the folks at Cap Gemini require some input on giving Julien a grade, I'll gladly give him the credentials he deserves. jWebUnit looks better than before and I'm still seeing much progress.
jWebUnit now has several testrunners for different test frameworks:
- httpunit (old style)
- htmlunit (new!)
- jacobie (use internet explorer)
- selenium (new!)