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    30 Days of TDD – Day 18 – Refactoring Revisited Pt. 1

    November 06, 2013 Share
    If you’ve been following this series you are not doubt familiar with the TDD Store example that we’ve been using to demonstrate the concepts of TDD. In this post we’ll take a break from creating new tests and use our current suite of tests to help us refactor our code to keep is readable and maintainable.

  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Three Improvements to Cross-Browser Test Recording and Editing

    November 05, 2013 Share
    Earlier this year, Test Studio 2013 brought recording to Chrome and Firefox. That was a start, and now it's time to take the next step. R2 2103, scheduled to be released in December, brings some changes to the ribbon and more flexibility to running and recording tests. First of all, we've simplified the toolbar - bringing the controls for recording and running tests together in the first section of the ribbon, now labeled Recorder/Run. Instead of selecting a browser in one section, then searching for the Record button in a different ribbon section, you now can choose ...
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    [Infographic] Why you should manage your Git or GitHub projects with TeamPulse?

    November 04, 2013 Share
    Do you find it hard to track how development work in your Git or GitHub project is progressing? Is the development team tired of having to leave their IDEs to update their status of work? Planning and tracking your Git projects should be simpler than that. That is why we introduced TeamPulse R3 and integration with Git and GitHub repositories. Leveraging the integration with TeamPulse, you are now able to: Track code changes associated with TeamPulse work items Update TeamPulse work item status and log time through the Git commit comments And here is an awesome visual representation of the ...
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    Recap of Just* Tools – What Every Developer Needs Webinar

    November 04, 2013 Share
    On behalf of Phil and Lohith I want to thank everyone who attended our webinar last Thursday and who will be watching it on Telerik TV in the days and weeks to come.

  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Waiting...

    November 04, 2013 Share
    Greetings, Testers. As you're no doubt aware, Web applications these days often have controls and elements that are populated without a full page refresh - using Ajax for example - and this means that automated tests need a little additional help. Traditionally, automated tests perform their actions and validations based on feedback from the browser, given when a page has finished loading. If the contents of the page are changing without a page load, then the browser doesn't report that back to Test Studio. There are plenty of cases where a person would know to wait for something to happen, ...