Thursday, October 6, 2011

Webinar: Structural Testing for Mobile/AJAX/Web 2.0

Run Functional/Regression Tests on
Complex, Dynamic AJAX/Web 2.0/Mobile Applications
Extremely Robust Tests Are Based on Structural Page Features

Wednesday, 12 October 2011
2:00 PM Eastern Time / 11:00 AM Pacific Time

When web applications often change in subtle ways, and your functional/loading/monitoring tests may begin to fail if your test scripts are "brittle". eValid's advanced structural testing commands overcomes this problem to help you achieve tests that survive page changes -- but still validate performance realistically.

The eValid structural testing command set makes it possible organize tests entirely around structural properties of a page that don't change over time. A test done with structural testing methods can handle any AJAX/Web 2.0/Mobile application reliably and efficiently. Even when page structure and details (but not essential functional 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/Mobile tests once -- and you won't have to worry about them again.

Webinar Outline
  • 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
You are cordially invited to attend this free Webinar.

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