A framework for building Selenium-based probes.
SeleniumProbes is a library of building blocks to construct probes generating metrics for automated testing of web app performance and availability like accessing a login page, authenticating on it and then triggering some functionality by clicking on a web element.
Follow these instructions to use the package in your project.
SeleniumProbes library could be added to your project by installing it from the Python Package Index (PyPI) repository. Run the following command to:
install a specific version
pip install "selenium_probes==0.1"
install the latest version
pip install "selenium_probes"
upgrade to the latest version
pip install --upgrade "selenium_probes"
install optional dependencies like Microsoft Azure libraries to use KeyVault helper to work (not everybody would need that, hence it is an optional dependency)
pip install "selenium_probes[keyvault]"
- Python >= 3.6
- selenium >= 3.141.0
This library package is not intended for stand-alone deployment. It should be used as part of some webapp-specific probe. See SeleniumBottle project as an example.
- Selenium WebDriver - Web browser interactions
We use Semantic Versioning Specification as a version numbering convention.
For the available versions, see the tags on this repository. Specific changes for each version are documented in CHANGES.md.
Also, conventions for
git commit messages are documented in CONTRIBUTING.md.
- Oleksiy Kuzmenko - OK-UNDP@GitHub - Initial work
- Hat tip to anyone helping.
Unless otherwise stated, all authors (see commit logs) release their work under the MIT License. See LICENSE.md for details.
There are plenty of ways you could contribute to this project. Feel free to:
- submit bug reports and feature requests
- outline, fix and expand documentation
- peer-review bug reports and pull requests
- implement new features or fix bugs
See CONTRIBUTING.md for details on code formatting, linting and testing frameworks used by this project.
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