Writing Functional Tests with Sencha Test Futures API and WebDriver

The Futures API helps target Ext JS components and elements directly and allows for easily writing tests, which wait for application elements to reach certain states. It eliminates the need for writing multiple lines of code to test a feature. With Sencha Test 2.0, the Futures API is evolving to support multi-page architectures such as single-sign-on scenarios and others, which require a test to span multiple sites or page loads. Integration with WebDriver in Sencha Test 2.0 adds new features as well as extends some old features to support this new architecture. Come walk through the changes, learn how to deal with typical multi-page test cases, as well as dive into the details of our integration with WebDriver. Speaker: Craig Comstock