Posts in category: django
I’ve been watching both presentations that Carl Meyer held at Pycon 2012/13 and I highly recommend them if you want a deep dive into writing tests with django. They outline some very good principles for writing effective and maintainable tests. They also highlight a suite of test utilities and frameworks which help you in writing better tests. Among the others, Webtest caught my attention via django-webtest for writing integration/functional tests. Why you ...
Getting our Selenium tests to run faster can be complicated at times, because there are a number of factors to be taken into consideration. Debugging these tests is time consuming and the end result is almost always the same one - a large part of the tests needs to be refactored. Luckily, for projects implemented with Django, we have the possibility to explore a wide range of testing solutions, backed ...