Arquillian: Effective tests from the client to the server

A session at Java Developers Conference 2012

Friday 9th March, 2012

2:30am to 3:30am (EET)

Tools like Selenium, an outstanding tool for UI test automation, and Arquillian, an award-winning integration testing framework, offer a base for high-quality tests which are crucial for a web app development. However writing UI tests and covering server-side logic leaves many questions open:
* Does Selenium cover everything? Page transitions, simple JavaScript interaction and a portion of DOM. Is it really enough?
* Mocking requests for testing server-side code is pain. Is it necessary?
* Are you able to detect that your component’s visual representation changes?
* Does investigating these changes involve a disproportionate amount of effort?
* Isn’t manual test development too expensive?

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Lukáš Fryč

Software Engineer at JBoss by Red Hat; RichFaces Core Developer; Enthusiast for JavaEE, Testing and HTML5; Leading Arquillian Warp and Graphene extensions. bio from Twitter

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Date Fri 9th March 2012

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