Posts Tagged ‘testing’

Testing Web Applications: 10 Step Guide

April 6th, 2012 Leave a comment
Testing Web Applications: 10 Step Guide

Since Web applications are becoming more prevalent, developers are becoming more involved in the security and site-management process. Developers must now consider different aspects of application security as part of their development process. Testing your Web application for security threats can help you catch many problems ahead of time, but testing isn’t just about security. There are several areas you have to look at to ensure you are properly building your application and in this guide, I will discuss 10 steps you can take to cover the most critical issues. While this article implies that you… View full post »

Unit Testing: Worth the Extra Effort?

January 5th, 2012 Leave a comment 3 comments
Unit Testing: Worth the Extra Effort?

In the realm of computer programming there are several ideas involving the testing and vetting of code to make sure it is ready to use. Many of these ideas are evolutions of previous methods or are new ways that people have developed to test code while it is being developed. One of these methodologies is called Unit Testing. Unit Testing is part of a greater software development methodology called Test Driven Development. In Unit Testing, the code is broken down into to small sections or sub-sections called units. These units then have independent tests created that… View full post »