Extremely Robust Tests Are Based on Structural Page Features
Thursday, 22 October 2009 — 2:00 PM Eastern Time / 11:00 AM Pacific Time
When web applications change in subtle ways, your functional/loading/monitoring tests may begin to fail if your test scripts are brittle.
New eValid capabilities make it possible to prevent test failures due to non-consequential changes to your web application. Using Index/Motion commands you can develop an Algorithmic/Structural tests that can handle any AJAX or Web 2.0 application -- even when page structure and details (but not essential intent and effect) -- change substantially.
Learn how to achieve greater productivity with smaller budgets, maximize your IT investments, and get more work done in less time with less energy.
Build reliable, robust AJAX/Web 2.0 tests once -- and you won't have to worry about them again.
- Introduction to eValid's Architecture.
- Functional Test Creation: "What you see and do, is what eValid records, is what eValid reproduces".
- Methodology Overview: Record From Life, Adapt From Page Facts
- Index/Motion (Algorithmic/Structural) Command Summary
- Typical Script Passages: "Recorded From Life" and Structural Versions
- Script Enhancement for AJAX/Web 2.0: Bullet-Proofing Your Playback
- Practical Experience & Recommendations
Speaker Edward Miller, eValid's Chief Architect
Moderator Rita Bral, VP Corporate Communications, Software Research, Inc.
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