Latest

  • Testing & ALM

    30 Days of TDD – Day 26 – Reader Question #2

    December 04, 2013 Share
    In this post Emad Mokhtar asks: I want to know how to test my business logic which is basically related to database, I know dealing with database is integration test not unit test but this is what I want to take care of, weather my Employee entity inserted or not, did my validation work or not, what if I insert Employee and failed when in inserting his/her addresses, and can I connected to database.

  • Testing & ALM

    30 Days of TDD – Day 25 – Reader Question #1

    December 03, 2013 Share
    We asked our users to send in their TDD questions with the promise to answer the best five as blog posts. In this post the first user question for the 30 Days of TDD series is answered.

  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Using Test Studio Load Testing With Mobile Clients

    November 27, 2013 Share
    Testing with mobile clients is difficult, but it’s an essential part of load testing applications today.  A large and ever-increasing percentage of application traffic comes from mobile devices, and the unique interactions and communication aspects of these devices has to figure into how we understand the load on the application. Test Studio 2013 R2 lets testers record test scripts on mobile devices and capture that traffic within Test Studio.  Those scripts can be managed like any other Test Studio script, and played back as a part of a load test.  Moreover, you can set the percentages of traffic from individual ...
  • Testing & ALM

    30 Days of TDD – Day 24 – Strictly Mocking

    November 25, 2013 Share
    As I mentioned in my previous post, TDD is easy to do in a green field situation. However for most developers these types of projects are few and far between. Sometimes the brown field project we’re working on don’t lend themselves to unit testing. In the last post I demonstrated how Future Mocking can help in situations where mocking is difficult due to the use of statically bound dependencies. In this post I’ll show how using strict mocking can help ensure that you’re “after the fact” mocks of dependencies and methods are in line with how these components actually work.

  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Distribute Your Tests

    November 25, 2013 Share
    As your suite of tests - both functional UI tests and load tests - grows, so should your use of Test Studio's more advanced features; there's no reason to be running your tests by hand. Craft your tests well, use good test lists, and finally spread out the processing. Test Studio's new remote execution engine makes distribution and scheduling of your tests easier than ever. When you start the setup for remote execution, there are some details you'll need to know. There are a few components that you’ll be using: A storage service, which is connected to a ...