Contributing

Features, bugs and other issues

ScalaWebTest welcomes contribution of any form at any time. If want to report a bug, request a feature or change, just create an issue - a responsible committer will get to it.

Contributing source code

If you would like to contribute code, we're looking forward to your pull request.

Note: The primary development branch is "master", so you might want to develop against that.

Before we can integrate your change, we need you to sign the contributor license agreement. This will be enforced by CLA assistant and is crucial to keep our stuff IP-clean - thank you!

Becoming a committer

If you have knowledge of Scala, ScalaTest and Selenium and would like to join, you are more than welcome as a committer. Usually, you start off by making a couple of pull requests to show your expertise - then, the existing committers will vote on the decision.

Development quick facts

ScalaWebTest is written in Scala and available for Scala 2.10, 2.11 and 2.12. We're on GitHub, and use Travis CI.

Currently our builds are .

Getting support

Get your questions answered quickly

There are a great number of options to quickly have your questions answered: File an issue, ask a question on Stack overflow, Tweet to @scalawebtest or simply drop us an email at scalawebtest@unic.com.

Professional support

We're glad to help out. Feel free to contact us at:

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Telephone: +41 31 560 12 12
Fax: +41 31 560 12 13