Hi reader, If you’re concerned with testing then you’ve already came accross the difficult task of UI testing. We all agree that fat client model is different from thin client’s but they share common characteristics: screens and transitions between screens. Testing them is different but seems equaly difficult. We will cover thin UI ie web… Read More Selenium from scratch
Hi people, I wasn’t sure to write again on Android because the first time I tried the platform I identified 3 knowledge levels: – academic: knowing what Android is without ever building anything on that platform; – basic: reading a lot about the topic and sorting information to finally extract the minimum/essential (there are a… Read More Android from scratch, part 2: use android-maven-plugin
Hi everyone, When building RESTful services one very common concern is content negotiation. This feature allows a client (REST client), to specify its preferred response formats. The idea is “Dear server I’m sending you an application/x-www-form-urlencoded content but I’d rather get application/json results.” It also allows a server to specify its preferred request formats. Client… Read More Testing REST content negotiation with jersey and jbehave
Hi reader, Me again… In my last post I shared my experience with acceptance test tools. I invested time on looking for simple tool that does the job. I must admit : I didn’t dig deep enough because if I did I wouldn’t have missed the java acceptance tests reference, JBehave to name it. To… Read More My bad, i would rather go for jbehave
Hi everyone, It’s been a while I haven’t written a word. I’ve had a new job and had to catch up with concepts/techniques I wasn’t familiar with. Among them was the use of an acceptance framework on a regular (daily) basis. I won’t talk about the one we use at work (Cucumber ) because it’s… Read More which bdd framework to mark your features “done” ?