Regression Tests, Monitoring Runs, Extreme Reliability
Meet SLA Monitoring Requirements With Ease
Wednesday, 21 April 2010
2:00 PM Eastern Time / 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Many QA/Testing groups face the often daunting task of qualifying complex AJAX web applications, within severe budget and time constraints. Either for functional behavior confirmation or for on-going SLA monitoring.
The biggest problem in testing AJAX is assuring that tests play back reliably -- and the biggest obstacle is the essential asynchronous operation of an AJAX application. Scripted wait times are unreliable and always cause problems. The solution is to use DOM-based playback synchronization -- a unique eValid capability.
In this webinar you'll learn how special eValid commands overcome problems with variable-time playback dependency by synchronizing on internal AJAX application page properties. You'll learn how to find a pivot object on a page, how to use eValid's structural commands to focus on the right action element, how to issue the action, how to choose the correct DOM synchronization command, and how to confirm that effective playback synchronization has been obtained.
With these techniques, you'll see how eValid becomes a real force amplifier in your company's web application testing. Resilient eValid tests are simple and fast, realistic yet precise, accurate and reliable. An easy way to meet SLA requirements.
This Webinar Will Discuss:
- eValid Architecture and Structure: How eValid makes testing web apps easy.
- Functional Testing: How to make live recordings of your AJAX application.
- Regression/Validation Testing: How to validate outputs to confirm correct operation.
- Identifying Synchronization Trouble Spots: How to identify when you need to augment your recording with explicit synchronization.
- AJAX Application Synchronization: How to fully-synchronize AJAX apps to play safely and reliably.
- Monitoring: How to schedule test runs to feed Network Status Reporting engines.
You are cordially invited to attend this free Webinar.