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Hobbes.js

milis60034177
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Hi,

 

 I am using hobbes.js and i heard it is going to be deprecated 6.5 onwards. I would like to know if it's ok to continue using that or should look other option.

 

Also if possible can i run hobbes.js test in  parallel.

 

thanks,

Raj

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Arun_Patidar
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From AEM 6.5 onwards, the hobbes.js UI testing framework is deprecated. Adobe does not plan to make further enhancements to it and recommends customers to use Selenium automation.

 

Yes you can run Hobbes and Selenium Test parallel.

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Arun_Patidar
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Community Advisor
Community Advisor

From AEM 6.5 onwards, the hobbes.js UI testing framework is deprecated. Adobe does not plan to make further enhancements to it and recommends customers to use Selenium automation.

 

Yes you can run Hobbes and Selenium Test parallel.

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milis60034177
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I want to run hobbes test in parallel? Right now from test console they are single threaded. any pointers.
jasonhampleman
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AEM documentation makes it clear that Hobbes.js is deprecated.  It says to use Selenium.  However, nowhere in the documentation can I find HOW to use Selenium within AEM and there are no examples.  When I look for examples of using Selenium, as example to test AEM Editor mode, I'm directed to Bobcat.  It seems like AEM should provide a tutorial if they suggest Selenium?