Taking a unique IDEacentric approach, wellarespected authors examine the IDE capabilities readers will need to perform specific tasks, demonstrated in the context of building XML Web services The only book on the topic that introduces each characteristic of the IDE followed by an example of the context in which that feature is used Covers creating custom templates and wizards, reusing code and lightweight code generators, dynamically generating forms through reflections, managing data in the IDE, using the SQL designer to write stored procedures, debugging ASP.NET Web forms, and much moreUnit. Testing. Chapter 53 covers creating unit test cases for existing classes. These can be run individually or attached to a database to provide data to drive the test cases. ... The default output from the web recorder is a script file that documents interaction with the web site. ... For the remaining functionality and to ensure that the user interface behaves correctly, manual test cases have to be documented.
|Title||:||Professional Visual Studio 2005|
|Author||:||Andrew Parsons, Nick Randolph|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2006-08-28|