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It’s great to have a solid base of unit and integration tests; they give us confidence about the overall system integrity. But at the end of the day, it all amounts to whether our end users are happy using our application. So how can we keep the fail whale at bay and communicate with the stakeholders that the requirements are being met?
Not too long ago, running tests that were going beyond isolation was a challenging task. This required a well thought out process as part of the automated build. Nowadays we are equipped with a “Swiss Army knife” for almost all aspects of testing. Along this journey, in the world of testing, we will take a closer look at some of these tools.
We will learn that the Arquillian ecosystem is way more than just integration testing; it’s a comprehensive testing platform. We will dive into the concept of Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) and demonstrate how to build higher-level, end-to-end functional tests; we will be emulating user interactions using the Arquillian Drone extension together with the open source browser automation tool Selenium. Reusable components like Page Objects will make our tests cleaner and easier to maintain. Eventually we will sugar coat them with a Groovy DSL for Behaviour Driven Development to achieve testing nirvana.
If you care about quality of your software you definitely shouldn’t miss this talk!
Speakers: Bartosz Majsak
There’s no better way to communicate about the software you’re developing—no way that’s more real, meaningful and measurable—than by using tests, real tests. Tests tell a story about how the software is expected to behave and the purpose it serves. They also demonstrate the software does what it is expected to do. If either half of the equation is broken, you have something tangible to fix and a basis for a conversation about it.
In this session, we’ll explore agile development tools that help create real tests that show real results and collect real feedback. We’ll explore the concepts of Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) and Acceptance Test-Driven Development (ATDD) through the use of tools from the Arquillian Universe such as Arquillian Drone, Selenium, Thucydides and Spock to demonstrate how to use real tests to drive development.
Testing features and behaviors has never been so clear and so real! What you’ll take away is a medium through which to communicate with stakeholders about the software in which you’re both investing.
Speakers: Aslak Knutsen
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