Jubula – what’s new and what’s nifty
Alongside the basic functions for writing and executing tests that have been covered in a few tutorials, Jubula has a ton of awesome additional features. Some of them are shiny and new, others are just really nifty – and quite possibly just what you were looking for. Reading documentation and release notes isn’t anyone’s favourite pastime, so come to this session to get a guided tour of some of the more advanced, more effective, and downright cool options available in the tool.
During this session, Alex will cover a number of aspects including (but not limited to):
- Using the “refactor” options
- Using functions as test data
- Working with central, local and referenced data
- Tips and tricks for component names including reassigning, cleaning up and finding them in your test
- Manual test steps – what are they doing here?
- Interactive test analysis
- Cool actions you might not know about
Each aspect is described in terms of what it was introduced for, what it is used for (the two not always having a 1:1 mapping!), and a short demonstration of its use.
After a tweet from the program chair, I've changed this back to a standard talk ;) Nevertheless - feel free to add comments on areas that would be interesting to look at during the talk, and I'll do my best to integrate them if time permits / if they are of the correct "level" for the talk topic.