JACOBIE / News: Recent posts

Project going away

This project is going away.....Unless if someone else want's to maintain it. There seem to be better automated browser engines out there than jacobie. Please see http://jwebunit.sourceforge.net/ that has many testing engines plugged into it that are far better than jacobie. Times change. If you would like to take over this project, please contact me. Nick Neuberger. --project admin and author.

Posted by Nicholas Neuberger 2006-06-23

Jacobie (Java I.E. Controller) Version 1.3 now released.....

The jacobie team is pleased to announce the Jacobie 1.3 release!

If you are looking for a tool to speed up your testing cycle, check out Jacobie. It controls Internet Explorer via Java. It will save you major time in during testing and can be integrated with JUnit for repeatable tests...

http://jacobie.sourceforge.net

Jacobie (Jacob-I-E) is a Java based API for use with Internet Explorer. Based
on the JACOB project and the IE COM Object, it directly controls IE from java.
This API can be used as a true end-user web browser test with IE and not a
Http-Based test such as HttpUnit. ... read more

Posted by Nicholas Neuberger 2005-10-27

Jacobie (IE Browser Tester) for Java - Version 1.2 released

The jacobie team is pleased to announce the Jacobie 1.2 release!

http://jacobie.sourceforge.net

Jacobie (Jacob-I-E) is a Java based API for use with Internet Explorer. Based
on the JACOB project and the IE COM Object, it directly controls IE from java.
This API can be used as a true end-user web browser test with IE and not a
Http-Based test such as HttpUnit.

Changes in this version include:

New Features:... read more

Posted by Nicholas Neuberger 2005-05-13

Jacobie (Automated Browser Testing) version 1.1 released.

The jacobie team is pleased to announce the Jacobie 1.1 release!

http://jacobie.sourceforge.net

Jacobie (Jacob-I-E) is a Java based API for use with Internet Explorer. Based
on the JACOB project and the IE COM Object, it directly controls IE from java.
This API can be used as a true end-user web browser test with IE and not a
Http-Based test such as HttpUnit.

Changes in this version include:

New Features:
-Find Links by InnerText and InnerHTML Issue: 1162282. ... read more

Posted by Nicholas Neuberger 2005-03-16