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DUnit with a twist: Delphi: GUI-testing. Table of contents

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/12/08

Interesting reads despite the level of English:

GUI-testing. Table of contents

GUI-testing 1. About tests and specially fitted “checkpoints”
GUI-testing 2. Thinking of testing
GUI-testing 3. Thinking of testing №2
GUI-testing 4. Thinking of testing №3
GUI-testing 5. Thinking of testing №4
GUI-testing 6. Thinking of testing №5
GUI-testing 7. Briefly. About GUI-testing “in the spoken style”
GUI-testing 8. About GUI-testing “in spoken style”. The follow-up
GUI-testing 9. GUI-testing “in spoken style”. Introducing of the alphanumeric characters to the current control
GUI-testing 10. GUI-testing “in the spoken style”. Note about “how this thing is organized”
GUI-testing 11. GUI-testing “in the spoken style”. How this thing is organised №2
GUI-testing 12. GUI-testing “in the spoken style”. Back to the basics
GUI-testing 13. GUI-testing “in spoken style”. Back to the basics. Example of pressing the button of the form through the script
GUI-testing 14. GUI-testing “in the Russian style”. Adding DUnit to our “scripts”

via: 18-ть лет с Delphi: GUI-testing. Table of contents

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