Coming from a java background, I've been using automated test integration for some time via Selenium. When I moved to Extjs I found that Selenium still worked for integration testing, after tweaking with selectors. Now I've moved over to Sencha Touch and am at a roadblock: I can't easily test the apps I write in Sencha Touch because the Selenium IDE only runs in Firefox 3 and Firefox 3 is not HTML5 ready yet.
I can't do it with Jasmine either. Apparently the Jasmine Browser implementation it uses under the covers doesn't support HTML5 entirely either (Got an error from the sencha framework when attempting to work with a Local Store proxy, for example).
Another option seemed to be the Sencha Touch simulator. I'm very leery of it because of the lack of documentation--is it viable (and do you incorporate it into your automated build process?).
So, how do we do it--robust integration testing of a Sencha Touch App in an automated fashion?