testing

Jnario - BDD for Java (continued)

Session Type: 
Standard Talk [25 minutes]
Speakers

Jnario is a new test framework for Java focusing on the design and documentation aspects of testing. Jnario consists of two domain-specific languages, one for writing readable acceptance specifications, the other for succinct unit specifications. Together they are well suited for behavior driven development (BDD) of Java programs.

Schedule info

Room: 
Bürgersaal 2
Status: 
Accepted

Audience

Track: 
Eclipse Technology
Experience level: 
Beginner

Fuzzy Testing

Session Type: 
Standard Talk [25 minutes]
Speakers

Many of the test cases for an application involve data defined by the data model. To achieve good test coverage it is customary to run the test cases for a variety of different input data sets. This can be achieved by manually specifying different input data. However, this is a complex task and it is easy to miss important input data and thereby miss bugs.

Schedule info

Room: 
Silchersaal
Status: 
Accepted

Audience

Track: 
Eclipse Technology
Experience level: 
Intermediate

Continuous testing with Jubula – where the rubber meets the road!

Session Type: 
Standard Talk [25 minutes]
Speakers

You've got software. You've got a list of features to implement. You've got some automated tests. You've got upcoming releases. The only glue that is going to make this scenario work is Continuous Integration. When you're adding and changing functionality, knowing what your changes are doing to your quality on a daily basis can be the difference between a successful release and a horrifically painful one.

Schedule info

Status: 
Declined

Audience

Track: 
Eclipse Technology
Experience level: 
Intermediate

How does the Jubula team test with Jubula?: Best practices for Test Design, Continuous Integration and Process

Session Type: 
Standard Talk [25 minutes]
Speakers

When the decision is made to automate tests, a lot of focus is placed on finding the right tool. That is indeed important, but test automation involves many more facets than “just” the tool. After three successful Jubula tutorials, it seems like EclipseCon Europe is a good time to move away from the basics of working with Jubula and onto some of the more advanced topics that come with test automation in general and also the specifics of test automation with Jubula.

Once some tests are up and running, teams very quickly start to ask questions about test design for stable unattended test runs, integrating automated tests into the continuous build and test process, and integrating test results into the team’s daily life.

Schedule info

Room: 
Theater
Status: 
Accepted

Audience

Track: 
Eclipse Technology
Experience level: 
Beginner

UI testing with Jubula - wacky widgets

Session Type: 
Standard Talk [25 minutes]
Speakers

Standard widgets and usage concepts are great. They are known by users, respond in expected ways, and are generally testable out-of-the-box with UI automation tools like Jubula.

Apparently though, standard widgets are boring, that table-in-a-combo-box-with-a-tree-in-it is the new black. Joking aside, the temptation (or necessity) to stray from the standard path will happen to all of us at one time or another. Good examples for that can e.g. be found in the Nebula project.

Schedule info

Room: 
Silchersaal
Status: 
Accepted

Audience

Track: 
Eclipse Technology
Experience level: 
Beginner

Testing of Eclipse RCP based products

Session Type: 
Standard Talk [25 minutes]
Speakers

Stability is a key requirement for an established product. Of course, software is never bug free, but bugs being fixed must stay so in later releases. As manual testing is error prone and quite expensive, consequent automated testing is the logical implication.

Especially in the case of Eclipse RCP applications and Plug-Ins, being delivered to different target platforms and installed into many possible client configurations, migration and system testing is also important.

Schedule info

Status: 
Accepted

Audience

Track: 
Building Industry Solutions
Experience level: 
Intermediate

Jnario - BDD for Java

Session Type: 
Standard Talk [25 minutes]
Speakers

Jnario is a new test framework for Java focusing on the design and documentation aspects of testing. Jnario consists of two domain-specific languages, one for writing readable acceptance specifications, the other for succinct unit specifications. Together they are well suited for behavior driven development (BDD) of Java programs.

Schedule info

Room: 
Bürgersaal 2
Status: 
Accepted

Audience

Track: 
Eclipse Technology
Experience level: 
Beginner

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