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White Box Testing In The Absence of Functional Requirements Sometimes, lacking requirements, we read the system code to attempt to discern what it was supposed to do, and then write tests based on that knowledge. This can arise when someone is asked to automate tests for a legacy system. There is a place for white box testing, but it is not a substitute ...


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What I'm getting from your description of problem is that you have a website developed in C# and need to test it. If you're thinking of writing tests, using Selenium, then it shouldn't matter which language your website is developed. You can have a website developed in C# and still use Python/Java code to write Selenium scripts and then test it. This is ...


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You could, but you shouldn't. You can just create tests in Visual Studio. Just use the Selenium NuGet packages and write the tests in C#. This beats having two development envs, one for the app and one for the tests. Here is an getting started guide: http://automatetheplanet.com/getting-started-webdriver/ Or this older one without the NuGet package, but ...


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I'd like to add two more points which will be difficult for firms but as this topic is not limited to this (at least in my opinion) two other possibilities. Both can't be done by QA only. 1) Make your code open source. By making the code open source you'll get more reviewers and more feedback on source code and there will be more installations of your ...


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You mentioned having a handle on testing, but wanting to know more about documentation in limited time scopes. In that case, my advice would be to get into Jira or another bug-tracking software asap. I like to keep a regression testing google doc spreadsheet which I then insert links to relevant bugs in Jira. That way you, fellow testers/devs/PMs, can all ...



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