Testing web applications with pop ups

Last week, I had someone come to ask me help around adopting web testing solutions for their team. The application that needed to be tested was a web application that needed to be hit by 50 users to stress it. The web app itself was a maze of popups and hence wasn’t recorded very well…


Let’s talk about testing…

Hi folks – get ready for another power packed chat on MSDN chats about Visual Studio Team System. The chat is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec 6th from 10 am – 11 am PST. Do join if you want to talk to members of VSTS about the features you like, hate or want in later versions. There’ll be…


Welcome back to the VSTT team blog!

Hi and welcome back to Quality Tools blog! After a long hiatus, we are back to talk to you again about all the cool and useful features that VSTT brings to your doorstep computer 🙂 A quick update on all the VSTT web activities so far: Sean talks about adding an IE7 browser template for…


Testing arbitrary classes in an ASP.NET page’s CodeFile

ASP.NET unit tests let you test classes and methods defined in an ASP.NET web site. In a post last year, I explained how to test a site’s page object, which is not available for test generation like classes in App_Code are. Today I’m going to show a way to test classes defined in a page’s…


Using TestContext in Unit Tests

Most people don’t know about the TestContext object, as it is not one regularly used. However, it can be very handy. Data-Driven Unit Testing The TestContext object’s primary purpose IMO is for linking up a unit test with data rows from a data source. If you haven’t checked out the data-driven unit test feature, take…