This post is the Fourth post out of Four that builds the Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide. See the first post: “Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Introduction”, the second post: “Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Create A Simple Coded UI Test” and the third post: “Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Get A Coded UI Test Created In Manual Test Using The MTM Tool”
On this post I will show how to add validation rules to the Coded UI Test that we have previously recorded.
Java users that use the Ant or Maven2 for there Build Machines are now able to use the Team Foundation Build.
There is a new release for the Team Foundation Build, in this release the Ant and Maven2 users can now run and have the results as part of the Team Foundation Build.
You can download the Build Extensions here.
When I work with customers on there Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) especially on the Development Process we always come to the question: “What about the SDD?”
I must admit that the answer I had was: “Keep write word documents” I don’t need to tell you what was there response to that.
Now with the Visual Studio 2010 Architecture Tools (Come with the Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Edition) my answer changes to: “You can do it as part of your solution”
The Architecture Tools supports the Unified Modeling Language (UML) Diagrams, you can create your diagrams in a Modeling project that is managed...
Microsoft announced that they have bought TeamPrise in the last quarter of 2009, you can read about it in one of the posts I have published:
The good news are that now we have a new Microsoft tool that is based on the good old TeamPrise, it is called “Team Explorer Everywhere”, it contains the Eclips plug-in and cross-platform command-line client for Visual Studio 2010 Team Foundation Server.
You can read more in Martin Woodward post about it and regarding the upgrades from TeamPrise to Team Explorer Everywhere.
This post is the Third post out of Four that builds the Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide. See the first post: “Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Introduction” and the second post: “Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Create A Simple Coded UI Test”
On this post I will show how to create a Coded UI Test based on prerecorded Coded UI Test.
In the Microsoft Test Management (MTM) tool you run Test Plans with the Test Runner, In case that the “Action Log and Action Recording” collector is turned on the...
There is a new tool based on DGML technology that visualize Work Items and there links.
The tool is very simple to use, yet very powerful.
Its a simple EXE file that launches a WPF application.
Follow these step to use it:
Step 1: Choose the collection to use and click Connect
Step 2: Select the Team Project and click Select
Step 3: Choose a Query
Step 4: Choose the Work Items to Analyze
Step 5: Choose the Link Types you like to Analyze
Step 6: Choose the type of Analysis you like to have
Step 7: Click Work Items button to start the Analysis
You can see the...
The Lab Management that was presented with the Microsoft Test and Lab Management (MTLM) is an amazing ability.
With the lab management you can create virtual environments made of one computer or more in minutes.
The ability of managing virtual environments as a lot of advantages when it comes to development and testing, you can now have your private Test Environment or Dev environment, you can save a state of each of the computers when ever you like to, you save space and hardware of physical computers etc.
In this post I like to show how you can create a new virtual...
Finally it is here!!!
We have waited so long for it, we have tried the different CTPs and the Beta 1, we have used the Beta 2 and the Release Candidate and now we have the “real thing” the Release To Market version (RTM)
Martin Hinshelwood has written a grate post that will help to upgrade TFS to the TFS 2010 RTM, you can read more here.
Regarding the Visual Studio upgrade you can read here.
This post is the Second post out of Four that builds the Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide. See the first post: “Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Introduction”
On this post I will show how to create a simple Coded UI Test.
The example I will use in this guide created by Microsoft and is called: “IBuySpay”
The example is a web application but we will use its GUI in the Coded UI Test.
A few guide lines before we start:
To create a test you need to have a Test Project
Base every Automated Test on a predefined...
How many times you have spent hours on code just to understand what it does?
How many of these times it was your own code?
From my experience the answer to both of these questions is A LOT!
In Visual Studio 2010 we can find a set of tools that can help us understand the code a lot faster.
On This post I will show some of the abilities we get with the Visual Studio 2010 Architect Tools when investigating an existing code.
Note: The Architect Tools is in the Visual Studio Ultimate Edition only.
Lets start with ways to investigate an existing code,...