Has anyone coded WebDriver tests using Groovy, XTend, Beanshell, or a similar scripting framework in Java? I am just curious if anyone has any opinions on these experiences verses just using the plain old Eclipse method?
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Groovy is basically just syntactical sugar for Java.
You can write Selenium tests in groovy using the Selenium API and you won’t come across any problems (I haven’t so far in the current project I’m working on). If you want something that makes the Selenium API look more groovy have a look at Geb as suggested by Luke.