99-Minute Workshops, the brand new addition to Ministry of Testing’s learning platform available only to our Pro Members.
Our short, instructor-led, workshops are the perfect way to explore and experiment with new ideas, keep updated with new tools and approaches to testing. Broadening your understanding of what it means to be a valuable member of a modern software development team.
Learn how approval testing can be more effective than traditional assertion-based test automation with Emily Bache on the 12th of August 2020, 1 PM (New York, US Time) with the workshop Approval Testing.
After this workshop, you will be able to
- describe the characteristics of Approval Testing,
- describe Text-based and Pixel-based approaches,
- use a different tools to evaluate approval test failures and approve new results,
- use the Approval framework to write test cases for existing code where a Printer already exists and
- compare Approval testing with assertion-based testing and explain in which situations it has advantage.
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What You'll Learn
By the end of this workshop you'll be able to:
Use a diff tool to evaluate approval test failures and approve new results when appropriate.
Use the Approvals framework to write test cases for existing code where a Printer already exists.
Compare Approval testing with assertion-based testing and explain in which situations it has advantages.
Describe Text-based and Pixel-based approaches.
Describe the characteristics of Approval Testing.
About This Workshop
- The expected result is hard to calculate in advance, but easy to verify afterwards.
- The expected result has many aspects and details which are a lot of work to assert individually.
- You want to get high regression test coverage for existing code relatively quickly.
Technical Agile Coach
Emily is a long-term proponent of agile development practices like Test-Driven Development, and is one of the pioneers of the professional developer teaching forum called ”Coding Dojo”. Emily is an author with Pluralsight, a contributor to the book “97 things every Java programmer should know”, and a regular conference speaker.