Automated Web Testing Strategies
As Web applications move from static content to dynamic transactions, the risk of failure increases while cycle time collapses. Although automation is the ideal solution for this combination, those who've ventured into automated Web testing have discovered a whole new world of unexpected challenges. For instance, dynamic page layouts and content frustrate test automation requirements for predictability and repeatability, while the lack of meaningful-let along consistent-object names further complicates consistent execution. Ultimately, this leads to excessive maintenance and lower productivity. This presentation shows you how to identify the potential issues that come with automated Web testing, then offers ways for you to incorporate site and test development strategies to overcome them.