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My team has been looking into the Firefox add-on Selenium IDE as a quick and simple way to create automated tests for our Drupal sites. Selenium IDE out of the box does not support conditionals, making it hard to account for unexpected behaviour. For instance, it's easy to make a test of the basic Drupal login functionality, but if the user is already logged in when running that test (a common scenario when working on a site), the test will fail. The solution to this is called Sideflow.
We're not talking about Darwin, but about the fact that a website project - even after delivery - will often stay in a state of evolution before becoming ‘stable’. The evolution itself isn’t the problem. Responding to that evolution is often what causes operational headaches. This article will not deal with the technical complexities of the Drupal development lifecycle, the CMI in Drupal 8 should solve that. Here we delve into the operational issues of website evolution.
Most companies are on an eternal search for ideal employees. There are plenty of good Drupal developers out there, but what sets the really great ones apart from the rest?
A booklet giving a simple introduction to better web projects with Agile and Open Source.