Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Webinar: Regression Testing for AJAX/Web 2.0

Run Regression Tests on Complex, Dynamic Applications
Make Tests Resilient and Robust, Tolerant Of Application Changes

Wednesday, 27 January 2010 — 2:00 PM Eastern Time / 11:00 AM Pacific Time

Peace of mind equals knowing that your web application is performing as you expect. Yet, web applications change in subtle ways, and you want your tests to be tolerant of just the right amount of change, without spending more.

eValid capabilities such as Adaptive Playback, Index/Motion (Algorithmic/Structural) commands, and DOM Checking capabilities can make tests very reliable -- even when page structure and details, but not intent and effect, change drastically -- and even for dynamic Web 2.0 applications, such as Google GWT, Microsoft SkyDrive, or IBM LotusLive iNotes.

Learn how you can gain greater productivity with smaller budgets, maximize your IT investments and get more work done in less time with less energy. Build reliable, robust tests once, and you won't have to worry about them again.

  • Architecture: How eValid's unique architecture and implementation makes web application testing easy, reliable, and durable.
  • Advantages: Overcomes HTTP-based recording limitations, maintains internal state during tests, does not conflict with JavaScript execution, fully AJAX synchronizable, small footprint, and very high ROI.
  • Functional test creation: "What you see is what you record is what eValid reproduces."
  • Adaptive Playback: Automated tolerance of basic page changes.
  • AJAX Testing: Test AJAX applications with built-in synchronization and validation, regardless of complexity. Structural testing commands work at the visual level.
  • DOM Synchronization: How to keep asynchronous (AJAX) operations from spoiling your tests.
  • Index/Motion (Algorithmic/Structural) commands: New ways to bullet-proof tests aimed at Web 2.0 applications.
  • eV.Manager Operation: Put your tests into a test suite with central execution control.

You are cordially invited to attend this free Webinar.

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