A Tester's Guide to .NET Programming by Randal Root

By Randal Root

A Tester's consultant to .NET Programming focuses completely on utilized programming suggestions for testers. you are going to methods to write easy computerized checks, permitting you to check instruments and utilities. additionally, you will find out about the real strategies using sleek programming this day, like multitier functions and object-oriented programming. extra companies are adopting .NET applied sciences, and this booklet will equip you to evaluate software program robustness and function. even if you are an skilled programmer who is unusual with checking out thoughts, or you are an skilled tester versed in VB .NET and C#, the integrated real-world advice and instance code can help you begin your initiatives.

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NET TESTING CHOICES Figure 2-5. The Visual Basic Integrated Development Environment (IDE) TESTER’S TIP: WHEN TO SET AND CHANGE PROPERTIES In many of these examples, we will not ask you to change the default properties of the textboxes and labels. This makes getting started much easier and allows us to get to the point we are trying to make much quicker, but there is a downside. When you are actually creating your testware applications you should always start by adding your controls to the form.

In general, when you write automated test code yourself, you are working behind the GUI. That is, you are harnessing just pieces of the software. You have to spend some time to determine if this is appropriate for your product. You must do a thorough analysis. The following questions are a short list of things to consider: • Is the feature set of the application you are testing relatively stable? If not, the scripts you write need to change as often as the application changes. You may find yourself spinning your wheels if you start too soon, using up precious budget.

Of course, when you are writing testware, your “user” will likely be you or another tester. Still, you must test your own code! Now you’ve written two simple programs: one in Windows Forms and one using the Console. It took a little more coding and the use of a looping structure and the Console class to write the Console application, but the code didn’t need a form to run. You did prompt the user for information, but the Console application is actually good for situations where you just want to run a test and perhaps print the results to a file instead of reporting back to the user right away.

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