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Rich UI applications seem to pose a challenge. Not just for automation but also also for coverage/completeness. There seems to be a lot to do, creating doubts like “Am I complete? Am I testing enough?”  especially the functional tests. Why does complex UI faze a tester? Is it possibly the inability to see beyond the UI, the inability to question beyond the obvious? This week’s beEnriched article looks at how the design concepts ‘coupling & cohesion’ could be be applied to decompose a rich UI to test effectively and efficiently – “Simplifying rich UI testing“.
 
UI biases one to act. To check. 
Headless forces thinking. To dig in. 
Great quality is about ‘WHAT-ifs’.
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“General purpose SW engineering skill is on its way to becoming extinct. Develop specialized in automation, in “-ities” testing. Learn technology.” This is the advice that Sudhir Patnaik  outlines in this week’s smartbits – “Advice for career growth“.
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Simplifying rich UI testing

Simplifying rich UI testing

Why does a complex UI faze a tester? Is it possibly the inability to see beyond the UI, the inability to question beyond the obvious? Too many test cases, the overwhelming feeling that scientific modelling & design cannot be practised due to time constraints are some of the issues.

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