Get Started using Conductor
The easiest way to get up and running with Conductor, is by using Maven.
pom.xml file, just add:
Writing your first test class
Create a new Java class once Maven is all setup, and extend the class from
Locomotive, as well as provide
Preparing your own test framework
At its heart, Conductor is meant to guide your tests, not necessarily your testing strategy. It would be a good idea
to eventually create your own framework, which wraps Conductor.
Here is an example:
Connect conductor to a Selenium Grid
You can specify a grid URL inside of the
@Config annotation passed to your superclass / subclass
Using Conductor with TestNG
Conductor, out of the box uses jUnit as its test framework. You can enable TestNG by providing your own before/after
methods, and calling the jUnit after method.