Here is an additional selection of some of the posts that we think would be of general interest.
- The Comparative Level of Effort of eValid Recording... -- Discusses the relative level of effort of using eValid versus other kinds of technical approaches.
- Comparing An Actual Value At Some DOM Element -- Explains how to compare an actual value in a page by reading and manipulating the current contents of the DOM.
- eValid Faithfully Emulates An IE Browser -- Discusses how we made sure that eValid was as close to IE behavior as possible.
- Can eValid Test An Application That Involves Two Browsers? -- Describes conditions under which two [or more] eValid instances can operate at the same time, in combinations of record AND playback.
- DOM Values -- How to use eValid commands to extract, save, and insert DOM values from one test context to another.
- Wht is your structural testing really good at? -- Describes when the structural testing methods are needed, and how effective they are.
- About "SyncOnText" -- Describes how eValid AJAX synchronization logic works, and what the overhead is likely to be when you are waiting for a DOM feature to synchronize AJAX activity.
- Query Strings -- Explains how to deal with URLs that have complex query string (client side parameters).
- A Different IP Address -- Details on when eValid can "spoof" being on a different IP address.
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