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What you want is called an continuous integration (CI) server. A very popular one is called Jenkins (jenkins-ci.org), though there are others both open source and commercial. You can configure it to watch for checkins, and to build a project. If the build succeeds, it can trigger tests to be run. If the tests pass, you can trigger other jobs such as ...


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Have a look at Selenium @ www.seleniumhq.org its open source and really flexible or you can have a look at jubula http://eclipse.org/jubula/ its an eclipse project for automated functional GUI testing for Java and HTML applications.


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For functional testing, I've used soapUI and WFetch. WFetch has worked well for the most part, soapUI is great, although doesn't seem to handle kerberos, by which most of the web services that I need to test are protected. For just manual, soapUI has normally been my clear winner. When it comes to automation, I'll admit, I found soapUI rather confusing ...


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To comment on exactly how to write that...sure you can "code" whatever you want to code, but if you are looking for simplicity and repeatability with minimal work... I would recommend Sikuli as it will use image recognition so it won't matter what VM it is as long as it kicks it off the same way. It can also execute any test just like you would manually. ...


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Welcome Habba, This is a variant of the problem that is faced by website developers everywhere. Ultimately it needs to be about where do you want to focus your time and efforts. Just like a website, or java client app, no program will run perfectly everywhere. This is the exact reason why Java was referred to as 'write once, test everywhere'. This exact ...


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Welcome Habba! This is a very troublesome issue that will likely never go away. And I rather like that, as it keeps the market more interesting. There are several strategies I use in my org to approach testing for Android, listed below. But the biggest thing I've come to realize when working with this platform is that there will ALWAYS be some devices ...



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