This guide presents the mechanisms available to test your Ruby on Rails application. After an introduction to software testing in the Ruby on Rails context, the guide explains how to perform unit testing on your models and functional testing for the controllers. The guide also explains how Rails provides a generator to create an integration test skeleton. At the end, the guide proposes other popular testing approaches and plugins that could be used to test Ruby on Rails applications.
Software Testing Resources: Load Testing, Unit Testing, Functional Testing
The Functional Testing Tools Directory presents a list of commercial or open source functional software testing tools like Selenium, Cucumber or JBehave. The web site also proposes pointers to tools reviews or presentations and contains a page of resources associated to functional software testing. Visit http://www.functionaltestingtools.com/
The Unit Testing and Mocking Tools Directory presents a list of unit testing and mocking tools, both open source and commercial, for the main programming languages (Java, .NET, ruby, etc). It contains also a list of resources associated to this topic. Visit http://www.unittestingtools.com/
This Selenium tutorial is intended for people having an interest in testing web applications. Its objectives are to show you how to write tests that effectively test your applications but also how to integrate Selenium in your existing testing processes following the good practices that this tool requires.
Acceptance Testing is defined as the planned evaluation of a system by customers to assess to what degree it satisfies their expectations. The Acceptance Test Engineering Guide provides guidance for technology stakeholders (developers, development leads, testers, test leads, architects, etc.) and business stakeholders (managers, customers, end users, etc) on the discipline of acceptance testing.
Mutation testing is known for being difficult and expensive, but we’re here to show you a real-world system you can build in just a few hours with a little C# code and Visual Studio.
A 14-part series of articles describing the use of automated unit testing techniques for the C# programmer. The tutorial includes the use of NUnit and Moq but is also relevant for other testing frameworks.