HP Quick Test Professional is a test automation tool, also known as QTP. It is used to automate functional, regression and smoke test cases. It is a very popular software testing tool and works on MS windows O/S, supports development technologies like Active X, Delphi, Java, .Net, Oracle, People Soft, Web services etc. This article presents some best practices while doing automation using QTP.
This presentation shows how to easily go from user stories to automated integration tests that themselves read like user stories. You can accomplish this by using custom domain-specific languages (DSL).
Software testing productivity is usually computed as the amount of testing over the effort spent for testing, but it may not be accurately measured using these size metrics. To address this issue, this article presents a new approach to estimate the software testing effort. The sizing method is called Test Case Point Analysis (TCPA).
Testing strategies are well understood and established in traditional Object Oriented and/or functional settings. The same is not true for asynchronous, event-driven paradigms such as the actor model, in which the timing and execution context of assertions is important and temporal relations between generated events become test objectives.
This article provides an article on how to create unit tests for a Visual C# class in a Windows Store app with Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows 8 and the Microsoft Unit Testing Framework.
A detailed guide to creating a mature and paralellizable automated software testing suite. This talk will cover things such as data independence, atomic tests, state generation, testing oriented pages. It includes sample code, demos and funny cat memes.
Are you doing enough mobile testing? Most don’t, find out how you compare to other development and testing teams. XBOSoft surveyed global software development and software testing teams to understand mobile testing best practices. Use the results from their report to benchmark your own efforts. Below is an article based on the part of the report that covers what types of testing organizations do.