This week's book giveaway is in the OCAJP forum. We're giving away four copies of Programmer's Guide to Java SE 8 Oracle Certified Associate (OCA) and have Khalid A Mughal & Rolf W Rasmussen on-line! See this thread for details.
Testing Applications on the Web: Test Planning for Internet-Based
Book Review Team
posted 14 years ago
<pre>Author/s : Hung Quoc Nguyen Publisher : John Wiley & Sons; Category :Miscellaneous Review by : Ersin Eser Rating : 9 horseshoes</pre> I grabbed this book to improve my understanding of web applications testing, and to start exploring the field. Well, it was a great decision. The book thoroughly explains the terms, steps, and approaches involved in web applications testing while providing an excellent introduction to gray-box testing. As we all know, web apps run on a variety of platforms and anything can change in the system. So be prepared for the unexpected. The Author's point is that testers should learn more about the technical details of the system and understand how things interact with the specific application while building the test plans. I liked the book a lot; it gives a perceptive to very valuable information. If you are serious about web application testing, you must have this book. It is a great companion for a web application tester. At the end of each testing sample, the author provides tips that you will appreciate, and you also will be able to find testing-related links at the end of book. The author supports his approach with his experience in the field, and I was not surprised to learn that he is president of a software testing company. More info at Amazon.com || More info at Amazon.co.uk