End to end Scenario Driven Testing with Codecept.js

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Software testing is an important discipline in Agile development. It evaluates the functionality of software modules against the intended features specification coming from business requirements. The end to end (E2E) tests can be seen as black box tests. Such black box tests relies only such specification and test whole system parts together. The user scenario driven tests help to ensure that requirements are properly translated into the specification by evaluating modules functionalities. Let’s make our hands a bit dirty and discover hot to make a software better.

Workshop agenda:

  • introduction to end to end testing
  • challenges in Agile development
  • basic of codecept.js framework basics (Feat…

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Software testing is an important discipline in Agile development. It evaluates the functionality of software modules against the intended features specification coming from business requirements. The end to end (E2E) tests can be seen as black box tests. Such black box tests relies only such specification and test whole system parts together. The user scenario driven tests help to ensure that requirements are properly translated into the specification by evaluating modules functionalities. Let’s make our hands a bit dirty and discover hot to make a software better.

Workshop agenda:

  • introduction to end to end testing
  • challenges in Agile development
  • basic of codecept.js framework basics (Features, Scenarios, Configuration, Reports)
  • enabling codecept.js framework for user scenarios testing (advanced scenarios)
  • advanced topics of automated testing

The trainer, Miro Wengner, contributes to OpenJDK, Java Mission Control Project and is involved in other open-source technologies. Participants are expected to bring a laptop.

Note: This training can be given in Dutch or English at one of the OpenValue offices (Utrecht, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Munich, Dusseldorf, Vienna, Zurich) or at your own location. Please contact us to discuss possibilities for a remote training and for training in German.

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