In this post, I will attempt to compare Scripted and Exploratory styles of software testing. On the third hand, scripted testing is seemed as a strict and serious process and exploratory one is seemed free and easy. But each test style has own swings and roundabouts. Let’s look at them from different points and try defining appropriate conditions to use first one and second one.
1. We get a list of files from the installation package builder. We need to get a list of files before, and the file list checking is performed after the installation. We can also hear the phrase: “Make a list after the installation, everything is true there” – this is a provocation! Do not give in!
Another point: the same installation package can install different file sets under different operating systems, i.e., we perform testing for each operating system separately.
How does it work?
Page Object Pattern is a pattern that displays user interface as a class. In addition to user interface, functionality of the page is also described in this class. This provides a bridge between page and test.
Some time ago I published the post “Test plan + templates”. I received many comments reflecting different views, so in this article, I decided to continue the talk about planning.
Firstly, I liked J.Hoffman’s and Hannibal’s comments very much, and at the beginning of the talk, I’d like to mention the main points of their comments.