Test Automation for Microsoft D365 Business Central online course
Comeback of a classic: Test Automation for #msdyn365bc online course.
Starting om 9th of May, in six sessions I will introduce you into the world of BC test automation.
More details and registration form to be found here.
Interview: Why test automation for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a team effort
From fresh to shared fixture #3 – refactoring can start
From fresh to shared fixture #2 – a refactoring example
From fresh to shared fixture #1 – a nice display of applying TDD’s 2nd rule
Errata and Updates to my book and GitHub project (2nd edition)
Addendum #02 – Including all extended pages in permissions testing
Addendum #01 – Scenario 0032 ‘Test that lookup value shows on standard Customer – List report’
Now Luc, tell me, why should I buy the 2nd edition of your book?
2nd Edition of my book is out!
by Jason Gumpert, editor, MSDynamicsWorld.com Last December the 2nd edition of Luc van Vugt’s book Automated Testing in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central was released by Packt Publishing. The book aims to explain how to “efficiently automate test cases for faster development with less time needed for manual testing.” And speed in development…
At the end of the second post of this series I left you hanging just when I was ready to really start refactoring. Sorry for that and shouldn’t let you no longer. So, here we go. Refactoring can start But where to start? Well, let’s list the things that could…
In the first post of this series I started with stating the intention that … I would like to display a very simple, though instructive, example of how easy refactoring works when you have both app and test code at your disposal. And that’s what I am going to do…
In this series of posts I would like to display a very simple, though instructive, example of how easy refactoring works when you have both app and test code at your disposal. And at the same time I will show you the power of starting coding from specific and gradually…