Friday 17th May, 2013
1:00pm to 2:00pm
Developers and testers with thousands of smoothly running unit tests have been known to run screaming like little kids away from user interface tests. While those geeks are cowering in terror under the bed (when has that ever worked in the movies?) instead of writing functional or UI tests, significant portions of your application are going unchecked. What’s the source of all this fear, and can teams learn to overcome it and learn some basic concepts to create stable, low-friction, valuable tests around their user interfaces? Of course they can, otherwise this session would be pointless. Attendees will learn the two major areas of grief for UI testing: locators and dynamic (asynchronous) content/controls. You’ll learn the fundamentals of both those problem areas and practical approaches for overcoming their challenges. You’ll take away tips for great UI tests which you’ll be able to apply at your work the next day. Once you get out from under the bed, that is.
Few answers. Lots of questions. My crazy Tweets are mine, not Telerik's. Obviously. bio from Twitter
Father. Husband. Geek. Veteran. Director of Engineering for Telerik’s Test Studio, an awesome set of tools to help teams deliver better software. Around 25 years IT experience. Co-author of “Windows Developer Power Tools.” Coffee Roaster. MVP for C#. Chief Cat Herder of the CodeMash Conference. Diabetic. Runner. Liked 5th grade so much he did it twice. One-time setter, middle blocker, and weakside hitter. Blogger (http://FrazzledDad.com). Big fan of naps.
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