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Test driven developement

  1. 1. Test Driven Developement Wimc 131060753012
  2. 2. What is TDD? • Software Development Process • TDD is a process of continual low-level regression testing. • Based on requirement and pre-written test cases
  3. 3. Common TDD misconception • TDD is not about testing • TDD is about design and development • By testing first you design your code
  4. 4. Why TDD? • Better understanding of what you're going to write • Enforces the policy of writing tests a little better • Speeds up development • Regression testing = Stable software = Quality software
  5. 5. TDD Software Development Cycle
  6. 6. The following sequence is based on IEEE Paper Test-Driven Development • Add Test:-In test-driven development, each new feature begins with writing a test • Run all tests and see if the new one fails:- This validates that the test case is working correctly and that the new test does not mistakenly pass without requiring any new code.
  7. 7. • Write some code:-The next step is to write some code that causes the test to pass. • Run tests:-If all test cases now pass, the programmer can be confident that the code meets all the tested requirements • Refactor code:-Now the code should be cleaned up as necessary. Move code from where it was convenient for passing the test to where it logically belongs • Repeat:-Starting with another new test, the cycle is then repeated to push forward the functionality.
  8. 8. Best Practices • Test Structure:-Effective layout of a test case ensures all required actions are completed:-Setup , Execution ,Validation , Cleanup • Individual Best Practices:-Separate Common Setup And Get Team Review Your test , Design Time Allow to execution non-real operating system
  9. 9. Conclusion • TDD from the view point of software quality and productivity in terms of development time.
  10. 10. Reference • “Professionalism and Test-Driven Development” Robert C. Martin by IEEE 2007. • “Evaluating the Efficacy of Test-Driven Development” Thirumalesh Bhat And Nachiappan Nagappan 2008.

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