• .NET Testing & ALM

    Join us for the Upcoming Test Studio Release Webinar!

    Test Studio 2012 R2 is nearly here! How close is it? I’ll tell you tomorrow. In the meantime, please join us for our release webinar next Wednesday, 26 September, at 11AM US Eastern. (Register here.) We’ll record the webinar and post it to Telerik TV; however, attending the webinar gives you the chance to ask questions and interact during the webinar. And one of you attending live will be lucky enough to win a free Instructor Led Online Training Session worth $349! The R2 release adds significant functionality around our Load and Performance testing, plus there are some ...
    September 19, 2012
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Video from "Solving Common Web Automation Problems" is Live!

    The video from last week’s webinar on solving common problems in web automation is live on Telerik TV! Watch this video and you’ll learn some tricks for dealing with locators, dynamic content, and tables. Please note this is a fairly generic webinar. I spent most of my time using WebDriver in C#. There’s a bit of Test Studio, but it’s more about the overall domain. I hope you find it useful! About the author Jim Holmes Jim Holmes has around 25 years IT experience. He is co-author of "Windows Developer Power Tools" and Chief Cat Herder of the CodeMash Conference. ...
    September 17, 2012
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Telerik acquires Fiddler. A week in review.

    I wanted to personally thank the entire Fiddler community for the overwhelming response to last week’s announcement that Telerik has acquired Fiddler. The feedback has been just amazing – in just a week Twitter has absolutely blown up and our survey asking for your input has already received more than 1400 responses (keep an eye out for a future post based on those responses)! If it wasn’t obvious before just how important Fiddler is to the community, here a few or my personal favorites.  But don’t take my word for it, feel free to see the Tweets for yourself or read ...
    September 17, 2012
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Editing a XML From A Coded Step

    I got an interesting request from a customer today. It seems the app that the user intends to test has a user.config file associated with it. And here's what the user is looking to do in his own words: How do I create a test which modifies the user.config file before opening the application? Hopefully it will be interesting for you to see how I put this together. I did a bit of research and it went like this: 1) What's a user.config file? I figured I probably have one of these on my hard-drive. I did a Windows search ...
    September 14, 2012
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    Notes from the “Solving Common Web UI Automation Problems” Webinar

    Yesterday I hosted an hour-long webinar on Solving Common Web UI Automation Problems. The point of this webinar wasn’t to show off Test Studio; I actually did the vast amount of the webinar using WebDriver and C#. (I’m always happy to get an excuse to dive back in to writing some code…) I’m working on uploading the video; however, that likely won’t be live until tomorrow. In the meantime, please enjoy these other resources from the webinar: My main slide deck: My "Why U No Test Yur UI" deck Source code for the demos (all on my GitHub profile) Generic ...
    September 13, 2012