Testing ASP.NET Web Applications

  • ID: 1240836
  • Book
  • 432 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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A thorough look at how to test ASP.NET web applications

In recent years, the quality of software has increased, thanks to software teams having spent countless hours testing the software in order to identify and eliminate problems before it reaches the user. There are many different types of testing that can be performed on your ASP.NET web applications and this book shows you how to conduct many of these tests, including functionality of the application, security, load/stress, compliance, and accessibility testing. With this book, you′ll be armed with the best testing approaches for web applications created with the ASP.NET family.

  • Serves as the only book to specifically cover all aspects of testing for the incredibly popular ASP.NET language

  • Provides tips for handling problems you may encounter when testing your applications

  • Guides you through the various approaches and tools available for successfully testing your application

  • Explains the fundamental concepts of testing and walks you through each type of testing discipline

  • Gets you up–to–speed on the most common terms used in application testing

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Introduction.

Chapter 1: Preliminary Concerns.

Chapter 2: Design and Testability.

Chapter 3: Unit Testing and Test Driven Development.

Chapter 4: Integration Testing.

Chapter 5: Automated User Interface Testing.

Chapter 6: Acceptance Testing.

Chapter 7: Manual Testing.

Chapter 8: Performance Testing.

Chapter 9: Accessibility Testing.

Chapter 10: Security Testing.

Index.

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