Thursday, 12 April 2018

How to use the Source Code for the Book Automating and Testing a REST API

TLDR; download the source from github, open in IntelliJ and amend the IP address, username and password of the VM installed admin user.

I recently realised that I didn’t have a video showing how to download and use the source code for the book Automating and Testing a REST API

Rectified. Now I do.


How to use Test Practice Pages and Games from Evil Tester

TLDR; download the .jar from github, run from the command line, visit localhost:4567, navigate, play and test.

I have written a lot of apps and games over the years to support my training workshops. Most have been hosted on my web sites. Now you can download them all in one easy to use .jar file.

Thursday, 29 March 2018

How to install cURL on Windows

TLDR; cURL requires an install on Windows, but it isn’t always easy unless you use a one-click installer or Chocolatey.

I remember cURL being easier to install than it currently seems to be. I’ve had a few questions from people working through my book “Automating and Testing a REST API” on who were experiencing difficulties installing cURL on Windows. I documented a few different approaches.


Friday, 23 March 2018

Using the Turnkey Linux VM for Tracks Testing

TLDR; Turnkey linux VM for testing Tracks using network settings Bridged, or Host Only.

I normally use VM Ware, but I create a video showing Turnkey Linux and Virtual Box to help people with the network settings.


Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Automated Execution for Acceptance Testing - Java JUnit FizzBuzz

TLDR; The Tester in me was not satisfied by the TDD of FizzBuzz so I expanded the coverage with some simple acceptance testing modeled by automated @Test methods.

Previously on “Testers TDD” I created a version of FizzBuzz using TDD we now move on to the Acceptance Testing of FizzBuzz, but do we need to?

Sunday, 4 March 2018

TDD - Test Driven Development - Java JUnit FizzBuzz

TLDR; Four JUnit @Test methods to create a FizzBuzz solution using Test Driven Development (TDD) with Java Junit.

TDD Exercise - FizzBuzz

As part of a Sunday Morning practice session I used FizzBuzz as my coding exercise.

I’ve heard that this is used in programming interviews and I so I thought I’d try it.

Friday, 2 March 2018

A practice exploratory testing session - javascript button game

TLDR; Do you practice your testing? One way involves picking a random game and exploiting it.

I decided to record, with commentary, one of my testing practice sessions.

If this proves useful to people then I’ll record more.




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