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Daz
Hi everyone.

I am writing some very big applications, and I think it's about time I
started doing unit testing. The only thing is, I don't have a clue
where to start. I would appreciate it if someone would be so kind as
to point me in the right direction, perhaps with a URL, or a good Unit
Testing application. I should point out that any applications required
need to be cross platform, as I develop on Linux.

Thanks in advance.

Daz.

Sep 16 '07 #1
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On Sep 16, 4:26 am, Daz <cutenfu...@gma il.comwrote:
Hi everyone.

I am writing some very big applications, and I think it's about time I
started doing unit testing. The only thing is, I don't have a clue
where to start. I would appreciate it if someone would be so kind as
to point me in the right direction, perhaps with a URL, or a good Unit
Testing application. I should point out that any applications required
need to be cross platform, as I develop on Linux.

Thanks in advance.

Daz.
Well, what framework are you working with? rails, asp.net php/x ...?

Sep 17 '07 #2
if you have to test a lot of javascript, try selenium.
Sep 17 '07 #3
Daz
On Sep 17, 4:16 am, "egg...@gmail.c om" <egg...@gmail.c omwrote:
On Sep 16, 4:26 am, Daz <cutenfu...@gma il.comwrote:
Hi everyone.
I am writing some very big applications, and I think it's about time I
started doing unit testing. The only thing is, I don't have a clue
where to start. I would appreciate it if someone would be so kind as
to point me in the right direction, perhaps with a URL, or a good Unit
Testing application. I should point out that any applications required
need to be cross platform, as I develop on Linux.
Thanks in advance.
Daz.

Well, what framework are you working with? rails, asp.net php/x ...?
I'm actually working on my own framework.

Sep 17 '07 #4
Daz
Thank you for your suggestions/recommendations everyone. I really
appreciate it.

Sep 17 '07 #5
On Sep 17, 1:05 pm, Daz <cutenfu...@gma il.comwrote:
On Sep 17, 4:16 am, "egg...@gmail.c om" <egg...@gmail.c omwrote:
On Sep 16, 4:26 am, Daz <cutenfu...@gma il.comwrote:
Hi everyone.
I am writing some very big applications, and I think it's about time I
started doing unit testing. The only thing is, I don't have a clue
where to start. I would appreciate it if someone would be so kind as
to point me in the right direction, perhaps with a URL, or a good Unit
Testing application. I should point out that any applications required
need to be cross platform, as I develop on Linux.
Thanks in advance.
Daz.
Well, what framework are you working with? rails, asp.net php/x ...?

I'm actually working on my own framework.
Fine, what language is your server side in?

Sep 18 '07 #6
Daz
On Sep 18, 6:27 am, "egg...@gmail.c om" <egg...@gmail.c omwrote:
On Sep 17, 1:05 pm, Daz <cutenfu...@gma il.comwrote:
On Sep 17, 4:16 am, "egg...@gmail.c om" <egg...@gmail.c omwrote:
On Sep 16, 4:26 am, Daz <cutenfu...@gma il.comwrote:
Hi everyone.
I am writing some very big applications, and I think it's about time I
started doing unit testing. The only thing is, I don't have a clue
where to start. I would appreciate it if someone would be so kind as
to point me in the right direction, perhaps with a URL, or a good Unit
Testing application. I should point out that any applications required
need to be cross platform, as I develop on Linux.
Thanks in advance.
Daz.
Well, what framework are you working with? rails, asp.net php/x ...?
I'm actually working on my own framework.

Fine, what language is your server side in?
PHP 5.2

Sep 18 '07 #7

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