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Tulsa Developers User Group | Automated Web Testing with Visual Studio 2008 (Review)

Corey Roth presented tonight on automated web testing with Visual Studio 2008 at the Tulsa Developers User Group.  Visual Studio can be used to record an action such as logging into a web application.  Alternatively, users can inspect screen values for specific results.  The test would pass if the expect value is present and fail if the value is missing.  Visual Studio must be installed to execute the tests.  

A tests project actually generates .NET Code (C# or VB.NET).  The tool can also be used to show raw header information and cookies.  One drawback is that only Internet Explorer is supported.

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Posted on Tuesday, April 28, 2009 1:32 AM ASP.NET , C# , Community , Debugging | Back to top


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