Creating Unit Tests for ASP.NET MVC Applications (C#) Learn how to create unit tests for controller actions.
In this tutorial, Stephen Walther demonstrates how to test whether a controller action returns a particular view, returns a particular set of data, or returns a different type of action result. The goal of this tutorial is to demonstrate how you can write unit tests for the controllers in your ASP.NET MVC applications. We discuss how to build three different types of unit tests. You learn how to test the view returned by a controller action, how to test the View Data returned by a controller action, and how to test whether or not one controller action redirects you to a second controller action. Creating the Controller under Test Let’s start by creating the controller that we intend to test. Listing 1 – ProductController.cs The ProductController contains two action methods named Index() and Details(). Testing the View returned by a Controller Imagine that we want to test whether or not the ProductController returns the right view.
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Software testing is about revealing the unknown. If quality means value to some person who matters (as Weinberg has defined it), then testing is in the service of discovering anything that threatens this value. My definition of a world-class tester is a person who is able to rapidly discover highly relevant information about the product, who makes the most use of any resource that is available to him/her, and who has the respect of people involved in a project. Technical proficiency Humor. New to software testing? Read this. By Ben Kelly Saturday, February 18, 2012 So you’re new to testing.
Let me give you some friendly advice to help you become the power tester you want to be. I’ll get the boot camp drill sergeant stuff out of the way first. If you’re anything like the vast majority of new testers I’ve encountered, you’re full of questions. Take that combination of words and remove it from your vocab. Sounds fucking stupid, doesn’t it? Qa developer - What does a Sofware QA Person Need to Know to Perform Their Job (Essentially)? - Software Quality Assurance & Testing Stack Exchange. SQL is specific to the project you're working on.
Knowledge of SQL may or may not be applicable to a SQA position. I would say there are probably more SQA positions than not that don't have that requirement. The most important thing for an SQA position is logical problem solving skills. Especially for entry level SQA positions most of the focus will be on your problem solving skills and communication skills. Learning - How can I transition into getting into QA? - Software Quality Assurance & Testing Stack Exchange. I'm late to this discussion, so any suggestions I have may have already been covered before, but here are some ideas: 1) Make sure you have a degree in SOMETHING.
I have a B.A. in English, which has nothing to do with working in QA, and I got a diploma from a programming school, which again isn't QA related. But having them on my resume means that I'm already ahead about half the people looking for the same job I am. 2) Learn at least some basic programming.