Monday, May 18, 2009

Webinar: Functional Testing of AJAX Applications

Test Complex Applications -- Including AJAX -- Simply and Reliably
Run Regression Tests, Monitoring Tests, and Server Loading Tests

Thursday, 21 May 2009 — 2:00 PM Eastern Time / 11:00 AM Pacific Time

Outline: Automation with AJAX is all around us: in banking, airline reservations, online shopping. More machines, and fewer human agents. Hence, we need to automate testing and monitoring these sophisticated applications.

Fortunately technologies like eValid provide you with the peace of mind that your Internet Presence is stable and that every customer who uses your web application will be well served. Even if your web application uses AJAX – as do many of the newest web apps – you can still get 100% realistic and reliable tests that confirm reliable operation.

This webinar shows how the eValid functional test engine can record AJAX application tests quickly, and then use them for functional/regression testing, availability monitoring, and server loading.

Speaker: Edward Miller, eValid's Chief Architect, will discuss key aspects of use of eValid as a test engine for complex AJAX applications:

* How to use eValid effectively and efficiently.
* What makes an application AJAX? What does AJAX really mean?
* Manual vs. automated sync: Why wait times are not reliable?
* How to sync on text in a page.
* How to sync on internal DOM properties.
* How to validate dynamic pages.
* Recommendations for usage in regression, monitoring, and loading contexts.

Moderator: Rita Bral, VP/Communications of Software Research, will act as moderator for the webinar, drawing upon her years of experience as a communicator (Rita speaks five languages), and her background as an event organizer.


eValid Division
Software Research, Inc.
1663 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103 USA

Tel: +1 (415) 861-2800

FAX: +1 (415) 861-9801

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