‘testing’ Videos

  • Alessandro Frangioni: Digital Strategies: A/B Test e Landing Page in WordPress con Instapage e Google Optimize

    Alessandro Frangioni: Digital Strategies: A/B Test e Landing Page in WordPress con Instapage e Google Optimize

    WordCamp Rome 2018Speaker: Alessandro Frangioni

    April 11, 2019 — Creare una strategia di web marketing sfruttando WordPress come base di tutto e integrando tool di A/B Test come Google Optimize in grado di fare varianti a/b e testi multivariati con pochi passaggi, tutti con interfaccia grafica.

    In più vedremo come integrare Instapage come piattaforma per le landing, indispensabili per le strategie di digital advertising e SEO.

  • Caroline Geven: Het belang van testen – oftewel - waarom ik het leuk vind om jouw code te slopen

    Caroline Geven: Het belang van testen – oftewel – waarom ik het leuk vind om jouw code te slopen

    WordCamp Nijmegen 2018Speaker: Caroline Geven

    January 6, 2019 — De meeste developers die ik ontmoet, hebben een hekel aan testen en alles wat daaraan gerelateerd is. Bugs fixen is simpelweg niet zo leuk als het bouwen van geweldige features. Hoewel het absoluut noodzakelijk is om features te hebben die jouw product de moeite waard maken, wil niemand een plugin of theme gebruiken dat volzit met bugs.

    Elk development team heeft op zijn minst één teamlid nodig dat ervan houdt de boel te slopen. Ik was die persoon voor een lange tijd. In deze talk leg ik uit hoe ik features test, hoe ik bugs reproduceer en hoe ik ervoor zorg dat onze releases voldoen aan onze standaarden. Aan het eind van deze talk kijk je met een andere blik naar het belang van testen en jouw rol in dit proces.

  • Behzod Saidov: How to Start Testing an Existing WordPress Plugin with PHPUnit

    Behzod Saidov: How to Start Testing an Existing WordPress Plugin with PHPUnit

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2018Speaker: Behzod Saidov

    December 14, 2018 — PHPUnit is the standard PHP testing framework, but getting it working with a WordPress plugin is challenging. If you ever wanted to start adding automated tests to your code, but did not know how and where to start, this talk is for you.
    This presentation covers:
    – brief introduction to unit and integration testing
    – scaffolding a test suite for an existing WordPress plugin using WP-CLI
    – refactoring the existing code to make it testable
    – writing and running the first tests

  • Nick Smith: Testing Your Critical JavaScript

    Nick Smith: Testing Your Critical JavaScript

    WordCamp Philadelphia 2018Speaker: Nick Smith

    December 7, 2018 — We’ll deep dive into testing in JavaScript. Looking at when to write a test, which type of testing approach to take, and how to be sure other developers feel comfortable adding and editing your tests in the future. We’ll start with an overview of what should be tested and then cover some of the different kinds of testing – unit, integration, and snapshot. We’ll cover when to think about mocking your functions and how to think about critical pathing future testing iterations

  • Andrew Taylor: Testing Business Critical Features with Behat

    Andrew Taylor: Testing Business Critical Features with Behat

    WordCamp Philadelphia 2018Speaker: Andrew Taylor

    December 7, 2018 — Every site seems to have that one feature that, if it breaks, would be a catastrophe. Lost profits and angry clients are something we all want to avoid.
    In this session, we will explore the fundamentals of Behat and look at some example tests covering critical features of WordPress sites.

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  • Adrian Roselli: Inclusive Usability Testing

    Adrian Roselli: Inclusive Usability Testing

    WordCamp London 2018Speaker: Adrian Roselli

    November 22, 2018 — Running tests with real users is critical for so many organizations, whether when evaluating MVPs or just as part of iterative updates. For an organization that already has embraced inclusive design, the next step is to integrate it into user testing by incorporating users with disabilities into your normal testing process. Note that this is not the same as accessibility testing. Ideally your accessibility work is done so that you can test a fully functional and accessible site/application for usability regardless of disability. I will discuss how to plan for and execute these sessions as well as pitfalls to avoid. Ideally you will walk away with high-level understanding of where to start.

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  • Introduction to Pentesting WordPress with Kali Linux

    Introduction to Pentesting WordPress with Kali Linux

    WordCamp Turku 2018Speaker: Tiia Rantanen

    October 31, 2018 — Introduction in Finnish with live examples on how to do automated penetration testing on a site that is running on WordPress with Kali Linux.

  • Thorsten Frommen: An Introduction to Unit Testing (for WordPress)

    Thorsten Frommen: An Introduction to Unit Testing (for WordPress)

    WordCamp London 2018Speaker: Thorsten Frommen

    October 5, 2018 — Thorsten first provides a high-level overview of unit testing in general, and classifies it in terms of test level, and testing methods and techniques. He then explores and explains different possible units. The second part of the talk is dominated by one of the key principles of unit testing: testing in isolation. What is it? How can it be done? What is this mocking that pops up here and there? Next, Thorsten shows different unit test examples, involving both PHP and JavaScript, and highlighting different (yet simplified) aspects of real-life code. Thorsten concludes with a few tips for writing good unit tests.

  • Vladimir Roudakov: Testing any day: guide to end to end test driven WordPress projects

    Vladimir Roudakov: Testing any day: guide to end to end test driven WordPress projects

    WordCamp Brisbane 2017Speaker: Vladimir Roudakov

    August 8, 2018 — Do you get notified if some crucial functionality on your website was changed or broken?
    Is automated testing part of your daily routine or deployment process?
    If not, then you are risking of losing parts of your website or even entire project.
    Testing is no longer developers realm and everybody should get involved and get the benefits of test driven development.

  • Rian Rietveld, Sami Keijonen: Testing Web Accessibility

    Rian Rietveld, Sami Keijonen: Testing Web Accessibility

    WordCamp Europe 2018Speakers: Rian Rietveld, Sami Keijonen

    August 6, 2018 — People use different ways to interact with the web. Users navigate for example with a keyboard only or with their voice. To make this work properly, it ‘s necessary that the design, code and content is properly set up, accessible for all devices and users. How do you test the accessibility of a design, code and content of a web project? What are the guidelines to test against?

    We will go through the different ways to use the web, which guidelines to use, what to look out for when checking for accessibility errors and which checks and tools you can use to help you test. We will also discuss a setup for automated testing. Bring your laptop and join in.

    This workshop is for people who develop, design and write content, of all levels.

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