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[.NET languages are powerful enough to accomplish any testing task as long as you have testers with the skill and ability to write effective code, and test management capable of administrating it effectively. This book is intended to guide you and your team in your efforts.]
[In this chapter, we’ve introduced the three types of applications you will work with to write your testware: Windows Forms, Console, and Web Forms. These are the same types of applications that developers who use .NET will also use. This chapter has given you some insight into software...
[In this chapter, you looked at several different debugging tools that you can use in your test projects. These range from built-in windows and features of Visual Studio to customizations you can add to your testware. If you would like to learn more on this subject, check out the references in...
[In this chapter, you have seen that a Console application can be a useful tool when you want to automate test lab setups. You saw two examples: one that created a useful report about the PC itself and one that automated an installation after it checked this report. You also saw how to work with...
[This chapter has been an introduction to using the power of .NET and Visual Studio to access and work with databases on a test project. In the process, you’ve been introduced to the Database Explorer tool, a few of ADO.NET’s major objects, and both the ASP.NET data source controls and the more...
[In this chapter, you looked at how a web-based testware application could be developed, debugged, and deployed. We demonstrated how databases and web applications work together to form data-driven websites. Web applications like these are prevalent in the industry today and can range from quite...
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