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1 may be necessary, but it's also possible to handle it by executing some javascript. For example, if the ajax page is using the jquery library, you can do this: bool isAjaxFinished = ((IJavaScriptExecutor)webDriver).ExecuteScript("return jQuery.active == 0") 4 and 5 on your list don't seem necessary and may actually be counter-productive. Selenium does ...


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My experience is that UI automation tools differentiate themselves by the kinds of interfaces they interact with rather than whether they facilitate "basic" testing or complicated testing. I think you will have a hard time finding a single tool that covers both native applications (what you called "locally installed GUI front-ends") as well as web ...


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In my experience, functional testing of websites isn't much different from functional testing of desktop applications. The places I've found that can be different are: Getting a clean test environment can be more complicated (it can also be next to impossible for extremely large corporate web applications) There will be additional security concerns ...


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There are lots of changes you will see once you switch from Testing of Desktop to Web application. You can study about these points: Understand the client Server Architecture. How your Website is handling data. Does your testing needs to cover Security part. Learn about SQL injections or XSS. Scripts and controls or model which different websites are ...


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Just a comment, no matter how many documents are written for developers about producing testable code, the code will still not be testable, until developer tries to write some automation for his code. IMHO, spending half a day when dev sits side by side with a person who knows how to use one of the UI automation frameworks and trying to write some automation ...


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Overall best practices for testability is difficult, since that could involve whether the code "hides" defects (e.g. race conditions causing intermittent threading issues or difficult corner case issues). Usually testability goes hand in hand with good development practices: well documented code, following a coherent coding style standard, and good ...



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