Thursday, June 21, 2007
Interested in a book on automated Web app testing?
Want to know more about twill and Selenium? In this case, I happen to know a very good book just published in the O'Reilly Short Cuts series :-) It's cheap too, $9.99, so please go buy it!
Wednesday, June 06, 2007
Brian Marick on "Four implementation styles for workflow tests"
Brian Marick just posted a very insightful article on various types of Web application tests that he calls 'workflow tests'. If you're in the Web application testing business, this should help you decide which type -- or better which TYPES (plural) -- of tests to use in your specific application scenario.
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