The long term benefits of agile acceptance testing come from live
documentation – a description of the system functionality which is
1 replies - 6780 views - 06/21/10 by Gojko Adzic in News
There is a common problem between many testing harnesses: they are different from the real client (in the case of web applications a browser). Zend_Test,...
4 replies - 15374 views - 06/15/10 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
Recently I embarked on a mission to configure my team's Selenium testing process to support multiple browsers. We use Hudson
for our continuous integration...
1 replies - 8562 views - 06/07/10 by Matt Raible in Articles
As I mentioned a couple of posts ago, I was recently out in Oslo
teaching a course on Lean software development. One of the points I
make is: Quality is...
4 replies - 48117 views - 06/03/10 by Allan Kelly in News
I have come across many unit test cases that are written once and forgotten for ever, with all the dataset/environmental dependencies in it. What is the...
11 replies - 6039 views - 05/27/10 by Senthil Balakrishnan in Articles
Fitnesse is an open source automated framework for software
testing. With this DZone Refcard, you'll easily create and edit platform independent tests....
0 replies - 34180 views - 05/24/10 by Lyndsey Clevesy in Announcements
Arquillian (pronounced ar-kill-e-an) is changing the way that testing is done
in Java EE. Dan Allen, a Senior Software Engineer at JBoss, found that
3 replies - 16027 views - 05/23/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
ICANN has now begun allowing non-latin characters to be used in top-level internet domains by inserting the first IDN country-code domains into the DNS root...
0 replies - 14983 views - 05/06/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
inception we have always sought to automate as much of our testing as
possible. For some time now we have been using Selenium for our...
0 replies - 19497 views - 05/06/10 by Adam Leggett in News
I was recently reading a blog post by Esko Luontola where he talks
direct and indirect effects of TDD and one particularly interesting
0 replies - 3998 views - 04/28/10 by Mark Needham in News
In a well-organized build process, you want lightning-fast unit
tests to run first, and provide whatever feedback they can very
quickly. A nice way to do...
0 replies - 7704 views - 04/25/10 by John Ferguson Smart in Articles
GUIdancer is an Eclipse-based automated functional testing tool for GUI's. Tests in GUIdancer can begin before an application's under test is even...
0 replies - 7710 views - 04/12/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
Lately I started using the core Hamcrest matchers bundled with the JUnit framework to create more readable unit tests.
Hamcrest matchers were created to...
2 replies - 23027 views - 04/05/10 by Rafael Naufal in Articles
I have written up a checklist to use for unit-level Test-Driven Development,
to make sure I do not skip steps while writing code, at a very low
level of the...
3 replies - 7311 views - 03/30/10 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
I’m happy to announce the release of TestNG
The most important change is that JDK 1.4 and Javadoc annotations are
no longer supported. If you...
0 replies - 5319 views - 03/29/10 by Cedric Beust in News