People sure are interested in this. Crowd is asking questions and Kasun is answering them brilliantly.
“Is there any manual method to do this than the automated method you just showed us?”
“Yes there is. There are commands for that. Automated codes will run until the manual code shows up and then you have to manually do it.”
Kasun now shows us a small demo of Telerik with a recording file.
Should be interesting.
Cons –> Debugging is not that easy.
It is a commercial tool.
Only EWPF apps are supported.
Kasun introduces Telerik to the crowd since no one here have used it before. Telerik runs on various platforms. User friendly and cross browser compatibility are some of its key features.
Telerik is a Test Studio Commercial App which is used mostly for Automation Testings. – Kasun
And also since we are running out of time, Kasun Ratnayake will talk briefly on ” Introduction to Telerik Test Studio”.
One last question from a fellow member here.
Since people have ran out of questions, we will be moving on. Kishan and Anand are thankful to each other because they could do this.
Seems like this is a very long QnA session. Crowd seems to be an interesting crowd and are in the subject of discussing matter.
Hasith Yaggahavita – Technology Manager at 99X Technology had some questions and he sure got them cleared with Anand.
Before QnA and sigining off, Anand talks about some Important tools which will useful to the developers. He wishes everyone a good evening. QnA session ON. Crowd can ask and clear any doubts they have regarding Anand’s presentation.
Did I forgot to mention that Anand is joining us for this Selenium Meetup via Google Hangout? He is not in Sri Lanka. He is joining us from India.
Anand now talks about an another example which is a auction site. He says it is a very complex application and various amount scripts are running beneath it to make it run.
1st Candidate is Low Value, Low Cost.
2nd Candidate is High Value, High Cost.
using these criterias, you can program you system to enhance experience.
“BDT helps to identify the right type of regression test.”
Behavior Driven Testing.
Anand also talks about an example with Indigo Airlines which uses this particular BDD functionality which is Imperative Style.
Other style is Declarative Style which is pretty much straight forward.
Another key functionality of BDD is not to focus on UI’s and Designs. This is all about enhancing customer experience. – Anand.
Anand talks about BDD ‘ Behavior Driven Development’ and how can they be implemented on a ATM system.
Oops. We are running a bit late. Anyways, welcome to the Colombo Selenium October which is happening at 99x Technology Solutions, right now.