Software Testing Articles: Load Testing, Unit Testing, Functional Testing
As a software testing consultant and musician, I meet a lot of skilled testers who do amazing work. Through experience and a lot of trial and error, they have developed skills they can’t easily explain. Unfortunately, with software testing, there aren’t as many obvious avenues for skill development as there are for musicians. Many software testers don’t realize that there are learnable exploratory testing skills they can develop to help them become even more valuable to software development teams.
This article discusses how to build a portfolio of scenarios for load testing automation. You have rarely only a single scenario to test, so you have to decide which scenarios to include in your test plans. Criticality, frequency, difficulty and verifiability are the four key factors that should be considered to determine the scenarios to automate.
Many developers think that testing Java EE applications is hard, inconvenient or too complex. This has not been true since the inception of Java EE 5 more than five years ago. This article explore how to do efficiently unit testing for Java EE applications.
Sahi is a tool for automating web application testing, is gaining popularity that allows recording and replaying across browsers. It provides different language drivers for writing test scripts, and supports Ajax and highly dynamic web applications. In this article shows how to use Sahi to test a web application. You will learn to format scripts for Junit and to test with Apache Ant.
This article will show you how to run your tests in parallel with Selenium Grid, cutting down the time needed for running in-browser test suites. With real test projects and code samples, learn to run tests in multiple environments in parallel and speed up the testing of your web applications.
Writing unit tests for your C# code can be time-consuming. This article proposes approaches that can make writing unit tests easier and more efficient for C# programmers.