[TFUI] TFUI is about objects, not screens, and Rails is the best TFUI for the web
2010-12-28 17:12:49 GMT
> hi i wanna get some information about test-driven dev for gui in c++
All desktop views are different, and all desktop views are the same.
They always allow you to declare a window and its controls in code, as
objects. So for each method that configures your view or pushes data
into these objects, there's another method that queries that same data
out of the objects. (Warning: Sometimes these methods are not fully
My book on TFUI shows how to do this for WTL. Each step should
trivially map onto any other View platform:
Disclaimer: TFUI is not about screen scraping, or capture playback, or
all the other heavy tools that apply "outside" the application. TFUI
is about testing views as an extension of your TDD (and BDD) test
> I live in Seoul, Republic of Korea. I'm working as Software Development Manager in ECO Inc.
Do your programmers use TDD?
> Hi I'm Web site Developer and my concern is 'How to test web site?'.
> I can't understand English fluently. But I know this group will help me
> for get good idea for testing web site.
Ruby on Rails has the best TDD for websites (and it's fully
TFUI-compliant!) That platform is (therefor!) so popular that you will
probably find a book on it in your language.
(You could tell us what your language is, too!) However, not all those
books cover the TDD part. So you might need to use such a book as a
"stepping stone" to the English language Rails TDD tutorials.