Via Calvin, TestGen4Web is a new SpikeSource web testing tool. It records web interactions, saves an XML file and then lets you run them as a JUnit test (tell me if you have heard this one before). The twist is, the recorder is a Firefox extension.
Ok, Calvin points out one great point: if you are trying to support someone remotely on a bug, you can get them to record their XML log and send it to you. Thats cool. However…
Web Applications are more than just GET/POST these days. By the time you factor in AJAX, maybe Flash(/Laszlo/Flex) there are a lot more parts to doing a regression test than just the GETs and POSTs.