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comment Browser Web Application UI/End User Testing
@MiguelvandeLaar well thats really my question to you - what do i need to test? (please re-read question) I have my application use case classes that have integration tests and unit tests. A developer could come along and use those classes as intended and the application would work as per the business requirements. I now need to create the web front UI application by hooking up the application use cases to http controllers. My question therefore is how should I test my web front end application? (see points 1 and 2 in question)
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comment Browser Web Application UI/End User Testing
Thanks - do you happen to know any suggested reading that might help?
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Thanks for taking the time to provide an answer. I agree with what you say. Problem I have is i'm self taught (never worked in an e2e dev team). Want to make sure I'm not reinventing the wheel by coming up with my own test process (even if it does suit my case), when there may be standard ways of doing things.
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comment Should I TDD correct view returned from controller?
@RobertHarvey - i agree with you, and that was the point of my question: to get that view validated. However, where do I put the view name? I feel uncomfortable leaving it in controller as if i'm following TDD for controller, no code can be written without test. So my thoughts are I mock some view generator class. Its method is then called and returned from controller (see above comment) Thoughts?
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comment Should I TDD correct view returned from controller?
Using php. The view will be tested manually if it's not in the controller test.
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comment Should I TDD correct view returned from controller?
So I should use a different class to fetch the view name? I can mock that class in my controller test and then test that it is called and returned as the response? I guess thats a nice piece of code that can be tested once for all controllers and added to an abstract controller maybe?
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comment Should I TDD correct view returned from controller?
it also passes some variables out with the view name based on model response - these will need to be tested. But I'm thinking i could pass these view variables to a dumb ViewModel that is then attached to the view name by some dumb class that needs no TDD?
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