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Last post Oct 11, 2011 03:59 PM by amisu1
Apr 01, 2011 09:33 PM|LINK
I know there's a lot of information on the internet, and i read a lot of it, i'll go on reading a lot on the topic but still i need to know a direct answers to a few of them.
These questions are 'getting started' questions about asp.net websites testing:
1. Do I need to install all browsers which I want to test my asp.net app? Like Opera, Safari, Firefox, Chrome or there's a tool/framework that combines them all for testing purposes.
2. I know there're:
- testing types like unit, manual, load, web, etc. which serve different purposes etc.
- nunit, xunit, selenium, Visual Studio Test build in capabilities which also serve different purposes OR the same purposes with different approaches & functions, etc.
- many different samples apps, test cases, strategies, tactics for testing etc.
When using all this mix of technologies I should consider what are my purposes, my app goals, time i have for project testing, etc.
My second question is about browsers versions, browsers support and OS support - how to know what combination of techniques, tools, frameworks to use in order to support different browsers, browser versions, and OS? I couldn't find some kind of comparison
list of testing tools which support different browsers and browser versions?
I'm using VSTO 2008 Team Suite.
Apr 04, 2011 09:11 AM|LINK
I see nobody even tried to answer my questions. So, reading more on the topic i'll ask the question in a different way:
When you have Visual Studio Team System 2008, what other tools (combination of tools) do you use to cover different browsers, browser versions, different os browser versions?
What is the best for ASP.NET AJAX Toolkit testing?
I'm asking only for free tools.
What is your opinion on Web Expression 4 (SuperPreview)?
Oct 11, 2011 03:59 PM|LINK
See This website has tools to test .net applications, may this helps you