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Continuous Integration In The Cloud Final (1)

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Continuous integration of cloud based applications using a combination of technologies: Visual Force, Apex, Selenium, Jenkins, Ant, & YUI test framework

Continuous integration of cloud based applications using a combination of technologies: Visual Force, Apex, Selenium, Jenkins, Ant, & YUI test framework

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    • 1. Continuous Integration in the Cloud
      Conference Track: Developer
      James Hatton & Alexis Williams
    • 2. James Hatton
      Senior Member of Technical Staff
    • 3. Safe Harbor
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    • 4. Agenda
      What is Continuous Integration and why do I need it?
      How do I set it up?
      How do I extend it to meet my needs in the future?
    • 5. Question
      Are you using a form of source control such as Subversion, CVS, Perforce etc?
    • 6. Human’s are not good at boring tasks
    • 7. Running tests is boring
      So Running tests manually is boring and you forget.
      Tests break and you don’t know which change broke what.
      The longer it takes your to discover a test failure the longer it will take to find the root cause and fix it.
      So if your too bored to run the tests who will?
      An Intern? The pointy haired boss? Or…
    • 8. A Robot!
    • 9. Think friendly Robot
    • 10. Not
    • 11. Your Development Cycle:
      • Multiple team members check in code to your version control system
      • 12. Have a robot integrate your team’s changes and run your tests to make sure they are compatible.
      • 13. If they are compatible release the changes to a test org
      • 14. If they are not compatible and tests fail alert the person who broke the tests and optionally the team.
    • O.K I’m interested.
      • Most popular Continuous Integration server in use today is called “Jenkins”.
      • 15. Open Source with a rich set of plugin’s available to extend it’s functionality.
      • 16. They went with the “butler” metaphor instead of “robots” in their Logo but otherwise I recommend it
    • Moving Parts
      Source Control Repository (Subversion, CVS, perforce etc)
      force.com migration tool
      Email Notification
    • 17. Lets go Shopping
      We need to download the following:
      Java JDK http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java
      Apache Ant http://ant.apache.org
      Force.com Migration tool (via the Setup menu)
      Jenkins http://jenkins-ci.org/
    • 18. What’s with all this software?
      You came to the cloud to get away from installing software.
      The good news is your actual tests will execute in the cloud using salesforce.com servers for the heavy lifting.
      No need for a beefy build server
      Proof: Win XP VM with 1 GB RAM
    • 19. DEMO 1
      Configuring Jenkins
    • 20. Alexis Williams
      Senior Member of Technical Staff
    • 21. Java Script & VF
      Who use’s Java script in their visual force pages: frameworks, home grown, or combinations?
      Who’s ever had an error in their Java script?
      How was it found: QA, you, or a customer?
    • 22. Java Script Testing with YUI Test
      Handles: dependencies upon page events
      Execution types: synchronous & asynchronous
      Simulation of actions: mouse & keyboard
    • 23. YUI Test – Test Case & Test Method
    • 24. Enter The YUI Tests & Visual Force
      Harness the power of YUI Test on a VF page
    • 25. Selenium to the Rescue
      Selenium IDE – Firefox add on that allows you to easily create, run, & export test cases with test methods
      Selenium RC Server – Server that allows you to run your Selenium tests especially once they’ve been converted to Java or another language
    • 26. Selenium IDE
    • 27. Selenium & Eclipse & Selenium RC Server
      Copy & paste the primer code from the IDE
    • 28. The Whole Enchilada
    • 29. DEMO 2
      Jenkins Advanced
      YUI Tests
      Selenium (IDE / RC)
      Ant
    • 30. Resources
      http://jenkins-ci.org/
      http://seleniumhq.org/
      http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/3/test/
      http://ant.apache.org/
      http://maven.apache.org/
      http://git-scm.com/
      http://www.perforce.com/
    • 31. Questions?Now or on the Chatter Feed…

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