Very interesting and useful , but I have a question... I usually use RFT (Rational Functional Tester) - Java, I know that Robot uses python, right ? but in other terms.. What are the differences between Robot and RFT ? I remember that in some place I read about Selenium extension for RFT too.
Unfortunately I have never used RFT. However, looking at the documentation it looks like RFT can implement a natural language framework for it's tests. There are a lot of frameworks that can do this. I don't think there is much difference at all between the two. In fact, Robot allows you to implement your keywords in Java or Python. I just chose python for the examples.
Hey, I've also noticed, from the sample source code, that the library used is the Selenium and not the Selenium2. It would be interesting if you could point out the changes needed to make this work with Selenium2Library. Best regards
Thanks sharing and teaching. I'm new RF user, I noted the keyword 'Wait Until Page Loaded' not found if use Selenium2Library for the example. After check the keyword 'Wait Until Page Loaded' is for SeleniumLibrary only. SeleniumLibrary is altogether 140 keywords, and Selenium2Library is altogether 135 keywords, should be little difference.