Model-based Testing

The Fuzz about Models

The Fuzz about Models

The past weeks, I’ve been working on what was intended to be a small amusing feature in the Model-Based Testing Workbench, but instead turned out to be much more complex and useful than I thought it would be. Fuzzing is a testing technique, which […]

By September 12, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Minor Improvements

Minor Improvements

It’s been a while since I last wrote about the Model-based Testing Workbench.  That’s not for lack of developments, but because I bit over what turned out to be much more complex and useful than I originally anticipated.  That’s not the topic of this […]

By September 9, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
A Model of a Program

A Model of a Program

The MBT Workbench, my tool for model-based testing, is nearing completion, at least in a proof-of-concept state.  The idea is that instead of focusing on setting up test logical cases and manually or semi-automatically validating that an application adheres to them, we just provide […]

By August 13, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Output is Just Input with the Opposite Sign

Output is Just Input with the Opposite Sign

It’s been a while since I last posted about my model-based testing tool, the MBT Workbench.  That is mostly because last time, we finished something really cool (a fully working chain resulting in web-services getting called), and the big bunch of very samey user-interface […]

By August 6, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Stubbing and Calling

Stubbing and Calling

I’m not even going to pretend this isn’t cool as hell: I got a hole thru on my tool for model-based testing, the MBT Workbench. I can now automatically generate a test-suite from a service description and do a comprehensive invocation. Last time, I […]

By July 18, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
User-Interface too Noisy? Add More Icons!

User-Interface too Noisy? Add More Icons!

By July 14, 2017 0 Comments Read More →