Writing Brittle (Yet Useful!) Acceptance Tests for ExtJS Applications Using Selenium’s getEval()

August 15, 2008 | by Michal
I’m a somewhat enthusiastic fan of Selenium these days. It works consistently well in most situations, and it provides some mechanisms for “going deep” when its more regular API calls prove insufficient. Recently, I was testing an application we’re writing that has a front-end built using the ExtJS framework. Normally, with a bit of XPath-fu, testing [...]
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No Fluff Just Stuff, April 2008

June 17, 2008 | by Lorill
With forecasts of April snow, our 2Paths contingent of two headed off at the crack of dawn one Friday for Bellevue, WA to attend the No Fluff Just Stuff – Pacific Northwest Software Symposium (NFJS). Having only spent 10 minutes at the border (whew!), we arrived early enough in the Seattle area to fit [...]
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You got mono!

May 25, 2008 | by Geoff
One of our recent projects has a .NET backend (with a JavaScript frontend). As we use macs for our dev platform, this means dual booting or using parallels in order to fire up Visual Studio to work on and debug the backend using the embedded ASP.NET server … until now. The other day, out of curiosity, [...]
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Agile CMMI

January 23, 2008 | by Trevor
“Are we a CMMI certified company?” I was speaking with a business associate the other day. We were learning a bit about each other’s companies and he asked me this question. I answered as well as I could, trying to balance the art of diplomacy with frankness. I confessed that we were not, and that while [...]
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Eclipse update, fix for home and end keys

October 19, 2007 | by gord
2Paths Eclipse Distro v2 I’ve put together a new disto of the latest Eclipse wtp with some added plugin goodness. I’ve found this version to be much more stable than v1, and it even works on Lorill’s machine without too much trouble. Among the new features is a regex tester plugin, and a filter plugin that [...]
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