Monthly Archives: December 2012

Automatically Ignoring Untrusted SSL Certificates in Firefox Using WebDriver and C#

The "This Connection Is Untrusted" page Firefox was showing

TL;DR – You can tell WebDriver to automatically ignore untrusted SSL certificates on Firefox by setting the “webdriver_assume_untrusted_issuer” preference to false in the Firefox profile. We recently ran into an issue where our tests were failing because Firefox was showing the “This Connection is Untrusted” window. Firefox was complaining that our SSL certificate was not […]

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Acceptance Criteria vs. Acceptance Tests: Minimize your documentation

To know that a story is done, we create a set of acceptance tests (story tests) that, when they pass, we know the story is complete and functions as expected. The process we follow for defining our acceptance tests is comprised of two steps. We first come up with high level acceptance criteria. Right before, […]

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