In the previous post I talked about communication patterns in terms of the micro-framework and tests. Here I’ll talk about the expressiveness of the tests themselves, showing how Tapestry supports the idea of a context.
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In my last post on micro-frameworks, I got into the organizing principles of my Tapestry solution, by which the framework provides or supports a mechanism for the encapslation of and delegation to logic. Here I’m going to continue on that … Continue reading
This is a continuation of my exploration into providing insight into micro-framework creation for automation, using my own Tapestry tool by way of example. The first post set the context and the second post focused on exposing an API. Here … Continue reading
Here I’ll continue on with the introduction of my Tapestry micro-framework that I started in the first post. This time I’ll focus on a bit on how you want to create an API interface for your micro-framework.
Here I want to talk a little about test automation framework construction. Or, rather, micro-framework construction. I will use my own tool, called Tapestry, for this purpose. Tapestry is written in Ruby but what I talk about is potentially transferrable … Continue reading