• .NET Testing & ALM

    Performance monitoring in a Load test

    August 14, 2012 Share
    Test Studio’s Load feature is seeing some lightning-fast evolution these days. New things are added, existing things are improved – all based on customer feedback. Load testing has been around since the R1 release in April. In other words not very long. But things have been dynamic: the SP1 release re-worked the result output making it much more responsive. Next we introduced data-binding into the mix. And now with the latest SP2 release of R1 again we add more neat things. First off: the result visualization is improved. You can filter the results for your separate Load agents which wasn’t ...
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    Developing with MonoTouch? Test Studio for iOS just added full support for testing your apps!

    August 13, 2012 Share
    So test away! Completely free of charge, and yes, downloadable from the App Store! If you are into creating iPhone and iPad apps using MonoTouch, then we have just given you a head start to outperform the competition. Xamarin and Test Studio’s iOS development squad joined forces to help you not only easily build amazing iOS apps with C# and .NET, but also ensure they work as expected and meet your users’ expectations. Test Studio for iOS now supports testing of MonoTouch applications out-of-the-box. All you need to do is configure your MonoTouch project with our testing extension, ...
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    Debugging and Fixing a Failing Test

    August 08, 2012 Share
    Tests fail. Sometimes it’s a bug, sometimes it’s an expected system change. You need to fix those failures! Here’s a quick walk through of one easy way to resolve test failures using the visual debugger. (You can find additional information here in our documentation, too!)
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    Data Binding Enhancements in 2012 R1 SP2

    July 24, 2012 Share
    We’ve added a nice enhancement to our data binding experience in the latest release of Test Studio. We’ve simplified configuring bindings in test steps by providing you menu selections of available data parameters to bind to the step. Setting up a data source remains the same: from the project menu, select Add from the Data Sources section. Select the type of data source you want – I’m using an Excel file for this example. You’ll need to browse to your file system and locate the data file you want. (If you’re using a Database source you’ll be prompted to enter ...
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    Hear Jim Holmes talk Testing with Jesse Liberty

    July 19, 2012 Share
    Jesse Liberty, one of Telerik’s great evangelists, had me on his Yet Another Podcast show to talk about, wait for it, testing. Jesse and I cover a lot of things about testing at all levels. It’s a wandering conversation that I think you’ll find entertaining and useful, too. Yet Another Podcast Episode 70: Jim Holmes & Automated Testing. 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. He's a blogger and evangelist for Telerik’s Test Studio, an awesome set ...