29 July 2004

Web Page Unit Tests

Web page Unit Tests is the process of testing your pages, to validate the controls state and the scripts developed.
You need to bypass the browser and access your site from the test code.
Tools for developing unit tests for web pages are available for the most common languages. These tools emulate the browser behavior and allow you to examine the pages contents.
Web pages unit tests are hard to develop. Before you start to implement them, first decide if they are really necessary.
HttpUnit.NET - Port of HttpUnit for .Net - Not yet available
nHttpUnit - Port of HttpUnit for .Net - Not yet available
CSHttpUnit - C# API for accessing web sites without a browser
NUnitASP - ASP.NET web pages Testing
2) JavaScript
jsUnit - Testing framework for client-side (in-browser) JavaScript
3) HTML and JavaScript Tests with JUnit
3) IE
Samie - IE test automation with perl scripts

ieUnit - Test logical behaviors of web pages
4) ASP

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