In the previous article we have gone through high level overview of the performance testing using VSTS. To start with web performance test using VSTS, we will be going in to details of each and every phase of this particular exercise. First part of this particular activity is to identify the performance test scenarios and second part is to mould that particular scenario in form of web performance test.
As we have seen earlier performance test can be done with
In Fitnesse FREE tutorial series next article we are going to discuss and understand about the procedure to create, maintain and execute a new FitNesse test as a mini project.
Understanding the System under Test:
Before we begin our testing on any project, we need to understand its FRD (Functional Requirement Document), SRS (Software Requirement Specification), etc. After going through these documents, clearing all our doubts, then we need to write the test cases. As an example we are
Checkout FREE Selenium Training series here if you missed earlier.
In this tutorial, we are going to learn about handling keyboard and mouse events using Webdriver. After this, we will deal with file uploads.
Handling Keyboard & Mouse Events using Webdriver:
Keyboard and mouse events are handled using the Advanced User Interactions API. It contains the Action classes which helps in handling execution of these events. Mouse events includes events like mouseover, mouseout, mouse move, mouse out, mouse hover, mouse
In Fitnesse tutorial series last article we talked about “Writing The Fitnesse Fixtures – With Fitnesse Java Example“. In today’s class we are covering “Configuring FitNesse (FIT and SLIM)”.
FIT Testing Engine
FIT (Framework for Integrated Testing) is the testing engine in FitNesse tool which executes the test table by using the Fixture code. FitNesse is HTML and wiki “front-end” to FIT. FIT testing engine makes it possible to run test tables; but itself does not provide an easy way
Today we are talking about next topic in FitNesse tutorial series about Fitnesse Fixtures.
As discussed in the previous tutorials of this series, for every test we run, it has associated Java fixture which generates the actual output or result. Results are compared against the expected output on the FitNesse page. If result matches the expected output, the test is marked as passed and FitNesse page shows that result in green color. If result does not match the expected output,
Getting Started With First FitNesse Project – This is the 3rd FitNesse Tutorial in our FitNesse training series.
In this tutorial, we are going to develop our First FitNesse Project to test the basic addition and subtraction mathematics operation on two numbers as a first project on FitNesse testing tool. In the last tutorial we were able to download and install the FitNesse server. After that the embedded FitNesse server was enabled to run at port 80 using command line