When we talk about web browser automation, Selenium may come to mind first. Selenium is the most powerful open source automation tool, but it is just a standalone driver. It needs to be integrated with test framework TestNG/Junit, code repository SVN/Git, CI tools Jenkins/TeamCity and other test management platforms (e.g. Jira). It sounds a little […]
If you are passionate about testing automation in Sitecore, sooner or later you will want to mock Context.PageMode.IsExperienceEditorEditing (or Context.PageMode.IsPageEditorEditing in pre-Sitecore 8) properties. This post will give you step-by-step instructions on how to do that using Sitecore.FakeDb.
In part 2 of this 3 part series, I will cover how to test a custom action using Sitecore FakeDb. When testing a custom action, you are testing that action alone – so I am not testing the rules engine itself, nor am I testing a specific condition (that was covered in part 1 of […]
If you’ve ever attempted to perform a performance test on a TM1 application, you know that there is not really an effective way to manually create sufficient load on a model. Getting “real users” to execute application operations – over and over again – is nearly impossible. Thankfully, an automated testing product can solve for […]