I have spent the better part of the last five years learning how to design effective and efficient test frameworks and libraries. I may actually be making progress. This post will detail a bit of why and show how the … Continue reading
Category Archives: Dialect
Dialect needs to support the idea of element definitions. Like assertion definitions, this is part of the generator concept, where methods are generated as part of Dialect’s operation. This is a core part of Dialect’s design that has to be … Continue reading
As part of Dialect’s operation, I want page and activity definitions to be able to assert aspects of themselves. This is different from the “assertion” you might be used to in terms of testing logic. This post will cover what … Continue reading
Dialect supports the idea of evaluator methods. These will admittedly be some low-hanging fruit in terms of framework development, but they seemed like a good place to start. This post explains a bit about what an “evaluator” means and how … Continue reading
Dialect will use the concept of a platform object. Here I’ll explain what that means.
I’m starting yet another new test execution framework, called Dialect. I’ll be the first to admit any “dialect” posts will be self-serving in one respect: they will be my attempt to document to myself my own thought process as I … Continue reading