This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of using Telerik's Test Studio. It starts off by showing how to do basic recording and playback of tests. Then it explains some of the general concepts of automated testing, such as working with the DOM and dealing with dynamic content.
Test Studio Fundamentals: Basic Concepts Hello! I'm Todd Ropog and welcome to this Pluralsight course on the fundamentals of Telerik's Test Studio. In this first module, I will be talking about the basics of automated functional testing and how to get started with Test Studio.
Test Studio Fundamentals: Web Application Testing Hello, I'm Todd Ropog and welcome to the second module in the Test Studio Fundamentals Course. In the previous module I focused on basic concepts of Test Studio including how to record and play back tests. The recorder is a great tool and does a lot of the work for you, but it will only get you so far. Very quickly you're going to find that you need to go deeper and dig into the DOM, or the Document Object Model. In this module I'm going to take a step back and talk about general topics in Web application testing that are applicable no matter what tool you're using, and I'm going to show how to address them with Test Studio.
Beyond the Basics Todd Ropog: Hello, I'm Todd Ropog, and welcome to this third module in the Test Studio fundamentals course, beyond the basics. In the previous modules, I covered the basics of how to record and playback test. In this module, I'm going to build upon the, some of those basics and show how to use some of the more intermediate level features of Test Studio, including the element repository, test list, data driving your test, and how to incorporate manual tests into your test suite.