from selenium import webdriver import unittest class NewVisitorTest(unittest.TestCase): def setUp(self): self.browser = webdriver.Firefox() def tearDown(self): self.browser.quit() def test_can_start_a_list_and_retrieve_it_later(self): #Edith has heard about a cool new online to-do app. #She goes to check out its homepage self.browser.get('http://localhost:8000') #She notices the page title and header mention to-do lists self.assertIn('To-Do', self.browser.title)'Finish the test!') # She is invited to enter a to-do item straight away [ of comments as before] if __name__ == '__main__': unittest.main(warnings='ignore')
And we could also use a try/finally to clean up the old Firefox window. But these sorts of problems are quite common in testing, and there are some ready-made solutions for us in the standard library’s unittest module

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