ZK-ZTL is an open source tool which can automatically test the ZK Framework with jUnit and Selenium frameworks. ZK is the leading open source Ajax and Mobile Java framework. This video show hot to use Selenium IDE to test ZK applications without the need for a UUID generator.
Crawljax is a tool for crawling any AJAX/GWT application. It uses WebDriver to navigate through the different states of a web application. With plugins and invariants Crawljax can be used to perform various automated tests. For example: security testing, regression testing, accessibility testing, performance testing, cross-browser testing…
This is a presentation on how to use different open source test frameworks to test web applications.
Typically we address the problem of testing an AJAX application through a plethora of big end-to-end tests and (hopefully) high unit-test coverage. In our presentation, we’d like to outline the main problems with this approach. Testing through the GUI is expensive, gives limited insight into the system, and often take only the ‘happy paths’ into account. While unit tests don’t suffer from many of these problems, they alone are not sufficient mainly because they give little insight how the components interact with each other and don’t give confidence that the business logic and functionality of the system meets the requirements. In our presentation we would like to demonstrate an effective testing strategy for a sample GWT-based application which goes beyond “testing just through the GUI”. The Third Annual Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC), Seattle, WA, Oct. 23rd and 24th. Speaker: Markus Clermont and John Thomas.
In this talk, Julien covers several major performance topics:
- Developing for high performance
- High performance page load
- High performance DHTML
- High performance layout and CSS
- High performance Ajax
- Performance measurement tools
Published August 22nd, 2008 Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment
This is an intensive one-day overview of the fundamental concepts of the Ruby on Rails Web programming framework, presented by the UC Berkeley RAD Lab. The overview consists of six sections of approximately one hour each.
Part 5: AJAX and Testing
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