Reverse dependencies for selenium-webdriver Latest version of the following gems require selenium-webdriver
Capybara is an integration testing tool for rack based web applications. It simulates h...
Run Selenium tests more easily with install and updates for all supported webdrivers.
Render components in views or controller actions. Server-side rendering powered by Exec...
Watir stands for Web Application Testing In Ruby It facilitates the writing of automate...
SitePrism gives you a simple, clean and semantic DSL for describing your site. SitePris...
Headless is a Ruby interface for Xvfb. It allows you to create a headless display strai...
Rack middleware that provides access to rack.session environment
MailCatcher runs a super simple SMTP server which catches any message sent to it to...
Nokogiri based 'have_tag' and 'with_tag' matchers for RSpec. Does not depend on assert_...
A fake Pusher server for development and testing.
Swagger UI as Rails Engine for grape-swagger gem
axe-matchers provides matchers that wrap the axe-core accessibility library. The matc...
A simple and Rubyish view helper for Rails
Dead-simple way to make Capybara and Selenium play together
Minimal Ruby library for Appium.
A stubbing proxy server for ruby. Connect it to your browser in integration tests to fa...
Percy visual testing for Capybara
Ruby client for the BrowserMob and BrowserUp Proxy REST API
[DEPRECATED] A Ruby helper for running tests in Sauce Labs' browser testing cloud servi...
Axe API utility methods
Provides React integration for Webpacker
Provides SDK for writing Applitools Selenium-based tests
A helper gem to emulate populate device user agents and resolutions when using webdriver
Blacklight is an open source Solr user interface discovery platform. You can use Bl...
Rails gem for dynamically adding and removing nested has_many association fields in a f...
test automatizado para los productos del equipo flights gui
Capybara helpers for https://select2.org select box (supports Select2 versions 2/3/4)
Adds realtime console.log output to Capybara + Selenium + Chromedriver