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QUnit – Unit Testing made easy for JavaScript

Are you test-infected?  Learned already how to grow your server-side apps using unit testing and want to do the same with client (HTML) layer? Search no more! QUnit to the rescue! QUnit is a JavaScript library that helps you with … Continue reading

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Classic Testing vs Design By Contract

Automated unit tests are hard to write. Software architecture must be designed carefully to allow unit testing. You have to spend time to write tests as well and it's not easy to write good tests. It's easy to make big … Continue reading

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A new site: RandomTest.net

A new site has been just born: RandomTest.net. Based on current experiences in IPTV industry I'm going to create set of libraries for different environments that will allow to: make random input to any application (web-based, smartphone, thick client-type, …) … Continue reading

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Random browser-based testing – basics

By searching for already existing implementations of random input-based testing attempts I've located the following material that describes possible level of implementation of that idea using web browser code tests: Udacity splits possible implementation into the following levels, I've added … Continue reading

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Automated tests reorganization

My customer develops software for embedded devices using Linux. In the very beginning of this project we faced low stability of builds produced due to complicated nature of platform (C++, manual memory management, new APIs to learn). Of course QA … Continue reading

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