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WiPFlash, or How To Do Microsoft UI Automation

I’ve kicked off another open-source project, WiPFlash. This is a little automation framework with a number of goals: To let me learn how to do .NET UI Automation To fix a couple of things that White doesn’t do yet To … Continue reading

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Tyburn 1.1 released

Tyburn, the little GUI harness for helping you Swing more easily, has had a few changes: Slow mode now added, so you can use it to show your scenarios being run (great for BDD presentations or working out what’s actually … Continue reading

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Tyburn 1.0 released

It seems to be the season for releasing code! Tyburn is a fast, minimal, extensible Java Swing harness that was originally part of JBehave 1.0. You can download it here and use it like this: WindowControl control = new WindowControl(“my.named.frame”); … Continue reading

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