I got an email recently asking for info on getting started with Selenium & Ruby. I replied:
I can offer training with Selenium, but I’d be happy to try to answer specific questions for free.
I’ve written a blog post about using Selenium with Ruby:
But your best reference is probably the Selenium home page:
You can install Selenium IDE (a Firefox plugin) and experiment with recording tests and then convert them to Ruby. You’ll need to turn on formats, explained here:
Here’s an example I created in Selenium IDE:
After checking “Enable Experiemental Features” under the “Options” menu, you can see Ruby code that looks like this:
A good introduction on using Selenium with Ruby and RSpec: