.NET Test Automation Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach

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Apress, Nov 22, 2006 - Computers - 384 pages

If you develop, test, or manage .NET software, you will find .NET Test Automation Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach very useful. The book presents practical techniques for writing lightweight software test automation in a .NET environment and covers API testing thoroughly. It also discusses lightweight, custom Windows application user interface automation and teaches you low-level web application user interface automation. Additional material covers SQL stored procedure testing techniques.

The examples in this book have been successfully used in seminars and teaching environments where they have proven highly effective for students who are learning intermediate-level .NET programming. You’ll come away from the book knowing how to write production-quality combination and permutation methods.

 

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This book shows step by step how to do basic testing in .NET. I have not applied any of the code yet, but it does appear to describe in detail how to build basic test from the ground up. It points out ... Read full review

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Page 14 - Testing technique using input values at, just below, and just above, the defined limits of an input domain; and with input values causing outputs to be at, just below, and just above, the defined limits of an output domain.
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Page 5 - Who This Book Is For This book is intended for software developers, testers, and managers who work with .NET technology.

About the author (2006)

Dr. James McCaffrey works for Volt Information Sciences, Inc. He holds a doctorate from the University of Southern California, a master's in information systems from Hawaii Pacific University, a bachelor's in mathematics from California State University at Fullerton, and a bachelor's in psychology from the University of California at Irvine. He was a professor at Hawaii Pacific University, and worked as a lead software engineer at Microsoft on key products such as Internet Explorer and MSN Search.

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