Automated Testing

Boost your test automation with model-driven UI-development

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Standard [25 minutes]

There are tons of reasons why you should use a DSL to describe and specify the User Interface of your business application. The most prominent reason is that you can implement your UI
using a very high level of abstraction and leave the details to code generation or UI-rendering.
This talk, however, will focus on another very useful aspect of using a DSL-based UI-model: test-automation.

10 Techniques to Test a Plug-in

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Standard [25 minutes]

Testing plug-ins has never been considered very sexy... Nor is it very easy to through roughly test all aspects of a plug-ins. A lot of obvious tests are often omitted for these reasons - even though we all know that a good test suite will save you from trouble time and time again.

In this talk I will illustrate 10 easy techniques to test various aspects of a plug-in, ranging from the simple UI tests and tests of plug-in dependencies, over the tests of property testers, source providers and expressions to tests of dialogs and wizards.

Test Driven Development in embedded java projects – an unusual insight in usage scenarios and budgets

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Could you imagine that your marketing and training divisions ask your software development department to install test driven development (TDD)? And that they’re willing to spend money of their own budgets to support the IT department in consequently using this methodology? No? If it’s hard for you to imagine that this is really happening or if you’re struggling with reservations concerning TDD in your company, then it’s time to listen to this talk.

In short

Testing the Eclipse Packaging Project (EPP)

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Standard [25 minutes]

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The Eclipse Packaging Project (EPP) provides prepackaged Eclipse installations which are adapted to specific user profiles (e.g. Java Developer, Java EE Developer, Eclipse for Testers). Each package contains the functions necessary for a given profile and their dependencies. When it comes to testing release candidates, each package must undergo testing on all supported platforms to check that all components and dependencies are present and that they interact correctly with each other.

The joy of the unexpected – Eclipse, a tool for testers

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Silchersaal

How did testers use a programmers’ tool – Eclipse for the implementation of web application automated testing? Why was this the best solution? The goal of the session is to provide a closer look into this matter and guide you through a use case and a couple of concrete examples. You will be able to see what obstacles were overcome in order to finish the project successfully.

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