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  • Testing & ALM

    30 Days of TDD – Day 29 – Reader Question #5

    Brent Eritou asks How do I best communicate the benefits of TDD to my non-technical manager?
    December 11, 2013
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Dusting off my keyboard to introduce the New Test Studio

    It’s been 2 years, 4 months, and 28 days since my last blog post – so I figured this one had better be good. Over the past several years, the team at Telerik has shipped countless new features evolving Test Studio from an automated testing tool to an end-to-end testing solution. While the focus has always been and will remain on end to end testing – we’ve decided to split our offering into two solutions – one focused on functional test automation, and one focused on load testing. For those who want it all – fear not, we will continue ...
    December 10, 2013
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Test Studio 2013 R2 is Being Released Today

    Today we're happy to announce Test Studio R2 2013. This release brings changes to licensing and packaging, introducing our new monthly and annual subscriptions, as well as separate Functional and Load testing product bundles, making it easier for you to purchase just the product best suited for your project needs; Dan has a complete blog post on that. We're also bringing you several new features and enhancements: Earlier this year Test Studio introduced the new Test Recording surface - a JavaScript, KendoUI-based recording engine which enabled creation of tests using Chrome, FireFox and Safari. This release adds cross-browser improvements to ...
    December 10, 2013
  • Testing & ALM

    30 Days of TDD – Day 28 – Reader Question #4

    Robert Pack asks I noticed from the first installment of the series that you say you write classes and methods so that they only just pass tests and no more, cutting down on dead code and zombie bugs. Where does this fit into some peoples’ rules for methods having a maximum number of lines etc? Do you think that’s a completely unrealistic limit to place on methods and that they will be as long as they have to be or do you subscribe to keeping methods below a certain size? I’m interested to hear your thoughts on this.
    December 09, 2013
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Dynamic Frames? No Problem.

    Many sites and web applications are using iframe elements to create tabs or sections on the page which the user can enable/disable/move at will. These often are being created in such a way that putting an ID on each frame is difficult or not feasible. As each frame is created or destroyed, of course, the index of a given frame within the frames collection changes. These factors combine, making it very difficult for an automation framework to reliably locate elements within the frames. Beginning with the R2 release, Test Studio 2013 introduces Custom Tags for Frames, a way to ...
    December 09, 2013