Announcing Muse Test Framework and Muse IDE 0.2 release

Announcing the 0.2 (Grimaldi) release of MuseIDE and the Muse Test Framework.

MuseIDE is a free visual test builder for creating and debugging automated tests. It is designed for, but not limited to testing with Selenium / WebDriver. MuseIDE is built on the open-source Muse Test Framework, which provides a common specification for tests, test suites as well as command-line interfaces for integrating into build automation processes. Muse is designed to build tests that are flexible, extensible and maintainable. As indicated by the version number, it is in early an development stage. Watch the 2-minute video and read more at

Enhancements (framework):

  • add Element Enabled source and elementEnabled() expression
  • add Not source and not() expression
  • add Execute Javascript step (Run script in browser)
  • add Format Date source and formatDate() expression
  • add Forward, Back and Page steps

Enhancements (IDE):

  • set focus and selection when adding a new named values source in value source
  • editor, default variables tab and page editor

Bug fixes (framework):

Bug fixes (IDE):

  • reverse-ordering bug when pasting steps in the editor
  • label on pause button

Other changes (framework):

  • upgrade to Selenium 2.53.0


** Francesco Grimaldi built and used instruments to measure geological features on the Moon, and drew an accurate map or selenograph which was published by Riccioli. The crater Grimaldi on the Moon is named after him.