A Practical Guide to Testing Object-oriented Software
A Practical Guide to Testing Object-Oriented Software focuses on the real-world issues that arise in planning and implementing effective testing for object-oriented and component-based software development. It shows how testing object-oriented software differs from testing procedural software and highlights the unique challenges and opportunities inherent in object-oriented software testing.
The authors reveal how object-oriented software development allows testing to be integrated into each stage of the process--from defining requirements to system integration--resulting in a smoother development process and a higher end quality. As they follow this process, they describe what to test at each stage as well as offer experienced-based testing techniques.
You will find information on such important topics as:
One comprehensive example runs throughout the book to demonstrate testing techniques for each stage of development. In addition, the book highlights important questions that testers should ask when faced with specific testing tasks.
The authors acknowledge that testing is often viewed as a necessary evil, and that resources allocated to testing are often limited. With that in mind, they present a valuable repertoire of testing techniques from which you can choose those that fit your budget, schedule, and needs.
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The Testing Perspective
Organization of the Guided Inspection Activity 1 20
Testing Specific Types of Models
Chapters Class Testing Basics
Testing Class Hierarchies