Yes, we knew it was coming, but now that it’s finally here, I wonder how many new issues this will create…
Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox recently held a video call using nothing but two web browsers and WebRTC (Real-Time Communications):
Does this replace the need for Skype??
Here are a few other resources on the subject:
Wercker lets you develop as you normally would, but offers a cloud-based interface that integrates with your existing version control system, performs your unit tests, and allows you to pick which platforms you want to deploy to…
It’s not here yet, but…
The W3C just published a draft of the WebDriver API, which will enable browser and platform agnostic control over browsers for automated testing… and [it] looks to be a fairly nice way to write scripts to control browser behavior, DOM manipulation and inspection, and more from a separate controlling process. This will make it possible for automated testing scripts to open browser windows, run tests, and get results back from multiple browsers simultaneously.