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Dec
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reviewed Reviewed Should web pages be tested for ZOOM levels?
Dec
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comment Should web pages be tested for ZOOM levels?
Welcome to SQA, ashok. Is time the only factor that impacts the decision whether to test zooming?
Dec
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suggested approved edit on Should web pages be tested for ZOOM levels?
Dec
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suggested approved edit on Open source security testing tool faster than Zed Attack Proxy?
Dec
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comment What test generators do exist?
@Dmitry, I think you commented the wrong answer ;-)
Dec
24
comment What test generators do exist?
Finally, before starting another question about model-based testing, see similar question on that topic: sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/840/…
Dec
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comment What test generators do exist?
Dmitry, have you any experience with Model-based testing? There are questions and answers about this approach here: sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/840/…
Dec
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comment What test generators do exist?
It might be more effective for you to focus on the problem and an ultimate goal you want to achieve, instead of researching solutions you have in mind. There are many questions about similar problems here: sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/149/…, sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/2327/…, sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/996/….
Dec
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comment What test generators do exist?
I'm afraid you will find nothing to automatically generate complete unit tests from source code: defining expected test result requires brain.
Dec
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comment What test generators do exist?
You've received a wide spectrum of answers, one of them using a wording: "maybe this is what you're looking for" (see Dmitry's answer). This is because your question is generic and can be interpreted in different ways. Which of this answers matches the problem you want to solve? What is the specific problem you want to solve? So far, I'm confused what you are asking for.
Dec
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comment What test generators do exist?
Or maybe you're looking a for a way to automatically create client stub (aka test driver) that interact with the system under test?
Dec
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comment What test generators do exist?
@stacky-bit: Ctrl+Shift+T in IntelliJ IDEA or in Eclipse will create unit test script template (aka stub) for selected methods of a component. Created test method will have empty body that you need to fill in. Is this want you're looking for? I'm sure you will find other widgets for generating test stubs when working with other types of interfaces, e.g., for HTTP or Web browser.
Dec
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comment What test generators do exist?
You should probably clarify what do you mean by test script template or given an example of that.
Dec
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comment Should web pages be tested for ZOOM levels?
@Leon, so why people may want to zoom out pages of your app? What could be their rationale?
Dec
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comment What test generators do exist?
@stack-bit, there are tools for random or parametrized random test data generation. Searching online, on SE in general and here on SQA in particular will return you some results. Pure random data generators are used to check how your system behaves for invalid input or find security holes. However, even in those cases you need to use your brain to narrow/parametrize samples. In general, the generator cannot abstract the purpose of the application from the code.
Dec
23
comment What test generators do exist?
Automated test scripts? But your descriptive/explanatory comment you gave is enough :-)
Dec
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comment What test generators do exist?
By test scripts you mean scripts for manual or automated tests?
Dec
22
revised Which automated tests do devs create vs SQA staff?
Clarified question a bit
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suggested approved edit on Which automated tests do devs create vs SQA staff?
Dec
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reviewed Reviewed Which automated tests do devs create vs SQA staff?