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Colorfulstan posted a topic in App DevelopmentHey guys, following general problem scenario lingers around since quite some time, maybe some of you got some ideas about that: I would like to be able to write acceptance-tests for an overwolf app using protractor (selenium based JS testing framework). I don't know about the internal technicalities of protractor or selenium yet but how it works for regular browsers is something like this: It starts a web-server which the framework hooks into using selenium it runs the app under test + the test-suite within that web-server With overwolf this should theoretically also be possible, since the apps are browser-based So the actual question is: Does anyone know how to approach writing a runner for this? The more specific problems facing are: starting overwolf and a specific app from the console hooking into the app with protractor / selenium to run tests Of course would be awesome if someone already knows how to archieve this. If not I would need some hints how to approach this, since I have zero experience with other languages then JS/Java and need to dig into the protractor / selenium docs then. A nice side-effect of solving this problem would be to be able to create a karma-runner for the overwolf browser instead of using chrome, so it more accurately represents the ayctual environment of the app.