How To become a eGov Testing Machine developer

  tm-vmm Testingmachine is used to test eGovernment services.  The eGovernment services can vary from country to country but generally it grants citizens access to important documents and information. In most EU countries there are additional services like paying property tax that can be done online. Most governments in Europe are leaning in this direction in...
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Screencast: Testing web services from FSCRS (phone/tablet/TV edition)

This is a follow-up to the the post where we explained how web services could be tested on Android devices. Like yesterday's article , we are complementing the how-to post with a screencast video. The video shows how we configure our GoogleTV AVD for Selenium testing (by adding an emulated SD card), how we can go from a normal AVD (you don't need to start your AVD, we are simply...
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Screencast: Testing web services from FSCRS (desktop/laptop edition)

About a week ago, we published a blog article explaining how web services could be tested on desktop and laptops. Today, we complement that article with a screencast. It illustrates how we, given a vanilla Debian VirtualBox machine, sets up a client configuration, port forwarding, enables automatic login, installs the OpenSSH server, and then proceeds to download the Selenium server JAR...
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tm-vmm 0.14.1 released (hotfix)

It turns out that we were a bit too eager to get 0.14 out the door, as we missed a minor bug that was lurking in the --stop-client command code. We have now released an update. Please refer to our release page for the updated version.
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Another approach to eGov testing: Web log analysis

    In parallel to conventional Selenium testing we need to look at some other forms of testing in order to get as much valuable information as we can. Since there are so many services that need to be tested we cannot truly proceed in a conventional way, meaning systematically testing each service. It would be a monumental task that can be done but would not be very...
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