I have been following a few blogs from their beginning. Daily Blog Tips is one such excellent blog, I find it very useful as it gives me the knowledge I need to have about today’s phenomenon “Blogs”.
Yesterday Daniel Scocco of Daily Blog Tips posted an article on “What is A Blog”, which is a group writing project. I found this question of “What is A Blog” very interesting as I recently started blogging, I also wanted to share with you that what do I think of “What is A Blog”?
I think it is a platform for me:
- To express myself
- To share the experience I have
- To share the knowledge I have
- To learn from other people
As it is a group writing project, I am looking forward to read very interesting “What is A Blog” from other participants.
Our final term for this semester is going to start in the last week of August. I am also working on the final project for my course CS201. The project I am working on is a reservation system for a bus company. It is required to have:
- New Reservation
- Update Reservation
- Delete Reservation
- Search Reservation
The deadline for this project is 9th August. So I will be busy in this and will try to post the source code, once I get the marking on this project.
I am writing this project in C/C++ and usingÂ notepad++ for writing C/C++ code.
On a continuation to my previous post regarding Testing Automation Tools, I will try to write the process through which I went while writing the testing scripts.
The application for which I wanted to do the automated testing is a web based application written in PHP on top of Zend Framework. As Zend Framework follows the MVC pattern, we followed the same pattern. For database, we wrote our own layer and didn’t use the layer which Zend Framework provided.
For testing automation I followed the same design rules, which I followed while designing and writing this application. I wrote testing scripts for each entity in their own files. Then I called them in one main file, which I run when I want to run the regression test. Following is an example configuration file:
//include all files, which are required to run the test cases
// create company info
I treat this main script as my main configuration file. Where I declare some global variables, call those scripts which I need to run during my test run. I can include the scripts, which I need to run and can exclude those scripts which I don’t need.
I will continue with this series with further updates on how I wrote automated tests for every individual entity.
Launched AgilePakistan with Sheheryar. The aim is to have a platform for the developers community in Pakistan to meet and discuss issues they face in developing small / large applications. For a more detailed description about this group click here.
I hope we could make a difference.
I recently started using Sahi. Sahi is an automation and testing tool for web applications, with the facility to record and playback scripts.
When I was trying to find any tool for testing automation, I evaluated many tools as the following:
- AutomatedQA’s TestComplete – It is one of the other product which I would love to use. It is an excellent product and could be used very nicely for GUI applications. I had to drop this from the list due to its price 🙁 and availability of free / open source automation tools for web.
- Watir – I couldn’t try this much but it was dropped from the list due to the learning curve involved in learning Ruby and then using this whole suite efficiently. Though, it seems to be a nice product and offers many add-ons.
In the next posts, I will try to post some more details about my testing experience.
Welcome to my blog.
I have started this blog to share my knowledge about software development and learn from you. I hope this space becomes a useful place both for me and you.
Thanks and keep coming.