Java Testing and Design: From Unit Testing to Automated Web Tests (Frank Cohen)

 
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Java Testing and Design: From Unit Testing to Automated Web Tests (Frank Cohen)

The book Java Testing and Design: From Unit Testing to Automated Web Tests teaches you how to create production-ready, scalable, and high-performing Web-enabled applications quickly and effectively.

In order to achieve unparalleled productivity in development and test automation, developers, QA specialists, and IT managers can collaborate using the methodologies, methodology, and technologies outlined in this book.

You will be ready for a long number of new APIs, protocols, and tools that will be bundled into the upcoming J2EE,.NET, and open-source systems with Java Testing and Design. The development of large, highly functioning, and interoperable software applications requires us to master even more technology, despite the fact that these new software libraries, tools, and methodologies represent a significant advancement for all of us.

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Author(s)
About the Authors
When businesses need to comprehend and address issues with intricately interconnected information systems, particularly Web Services, FRANK COHEN is the "go-to" person. Frank founded the test automation company PushToTest and is the project maintainer for the well-known open-source TestMaker project. He has overseen some of the software industry's most popular products for the past 25 years, such as Norton Utilities for the Macintosh, Stacker, and SoftWindows.
Published
Published Date / Year
illustrated edition edition (March 16, 2004), eBook (May 11, 2006)
Hardcover
544 pages
eBook Format
PDF, 512 pages, 1.4 MB
ISBN-10
0131421891
ISBN-13
978-0131421899

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