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Learn TestMaker 6 By Example

Quick Start Tutorials

Pick a test topic and follow the quick start instructions:

  • Functional Testing for Smoke Tests, Regression Tests, Integration Tests - Use the TestMaker Designer to build a test script, play the functional test in a TestNode. Read the Ajax Test Tutorial for step-by-step instructions.
  • Load and Performance Testing - Use the TestMaker Editor to define the virtual user levels, use case, and results charts for a load test. Read the Web Test Tutorial for step-by-step instructions.
  • Production Monitoring - Use the TestMaker Editor to determine how frequently TestMaker operates a test. The Web Test Tutorial gives step-by-step instructions.
  • Web Application Testing - TestMaker supports Web 1.0 application testing and Rich Internet Application (RIA, using Ajax, Flex/Flash) testing. For Web 1.0 application testing PushToTest recommends using Selenium. Read the Selenium Tutorial for step-by-step instructions. For RIA testing PushToTest recommends using Sahi.
  • Flex/Flash Testing - TestMaker supports testing Flex and Flash backend testing using AMF protocols. Read the AMF Tutorial for step-by-step instructions. Use the TestMaker Designer to build a functional test of a Flex, Flash, and SWF component for smoke tests, regression tests, and integration tests. Read the Flex Test Tutorial for step-by-step instructions. Read the Flex/Flash User Guide for details on functional testing of SWF components.
  • Web Service (SOAP, REST) Testing - TestMaker supports testing SOAP-based Web Services with WSDL definitions and REST-based Web Services with WADL definitions. Build these tests using Eviware soapUI. Repurpose soapUI tests as functional tests, load and performance tests, and production monitors in TestMaker. Read the SOAP Test Tutorial for step-by-step instructions.
  • Web Page Object Optimization Testing - TestMaker supports Web page optimization using HTTP Archive (HAR) technology. Read the HAR Test Tutorial for step-by-step instructions.
  • Testing Using Java Unit Tests - TestMaker repurposes Java unit tests to be functional tests, load and performance tests, and production monitors. Read the Java Unit Tests Tutorial for step-by-step instructions.
  • Desktop Application Testing - PushToTest uses TestMaker to automate tests of desktop applications. However, TestMaker does not provide record/playback or desktop object recognition technology.
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