never mind the time-out, the complete web-app has already been assembled.
If you have installed any local web-server, you can either set your document
root to include target/test-classes or copy everything under that folder
your web document root. Then, open
Usually, you would set up a second project using the library and building as
a web-app, but I took the fast lane and told Maven that
is test code. Then Maven + Jangaroo build a test web-app and try to run it
using Selenium, but I just wanted to run and debug it in the browser
As said, you can ignore the time-out and open tests.html manually in
However, if you want Jangaroo tests to run automatically, you would have to
download Selenium 1 remote control (I think 1.0.3 is the latest version)
its "server" with
java -jar selenium-server.jar
Then, the Jangaroo test, instead of timing out, should contact this Selenium
server, which in turn fires up Firefox (or your default browser) to run
Alternatively, you can install phantomjs, and the test should run there
(without starting any browser).
Thanks! I've managed to pull down jangaroo-tools and jangaroo-libs and
>> building the SNAPSHOT versions locally. I forked your kaltura project, but
>> when I go to build it, I'm running into the following Selenium error:
> It looks like a test is timing out? Or I haven't set something up
> correctly. I'm new to Selenium. I just downloaded the jar and ran it.