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Testing complex Ajax content

 

Anthony Scotney

 

 

 

 

 

One of the biggest pains when testing web applications is hitting the wall with Ajax and client-side dynamic content. The big problem from an architectural standpoint is that at a DOM level it is incredibly difficult to determine a significant action from an insignificant action. If one were to record every minor browser DOM mutation, the output Test Case would be hundreds of lines long, which whilst amusing for about 5 seconds, is completely unmaintainable. Read more..

 

 

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