QTP Descriptive Programming Unplugged

QTP Descriptive Programming Unplugged


By (author) Tarun Lalwani, By (author) Anshoo Arora

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  • Publisher: Knowledgeinbox
  • Format: Paperback | 482 pages
  • Dimensions: 192mm x 232mm x 32mm | 980g
  • Publication date: 19 October 2012
  • Publication City/Country: San Ramon
  • ISBN 10: 0983675929
  • ISBN 13: 9780983675921
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations

Product description

QTP Descriptive Programming Unplugged is an in-depth reference and guide on using HP QTP Test Objects. A must-have for every user, from beginner to expert, this comprehensive book will help you to master a range of Object Identification techniques in QTP. Written by two seasoned QTP experts - Anshoo Arora and Tarun Lalwani - the book discusses and demonstrates both basic and advanced topics and is presented in a clear and easy-to-follow format. With this book, you will learn about: - Object Identification - Object Repository (Shared and Local) - Descriptive Programming - Visual Relation Identifiers - ChildObjects - HTML DOM - Internationalization Testing - CSS- and XPATH-based Identification - Web Services - Writing QTP Scripting in .NET - Web Extensibility and much more...

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Author information

Tarun Lalwani is a Test Automation and Solutions Architect and the author of the two most widely read books on QTP, the award-winning 'QuickTest Professional Unplugged' and 'And I Thought I knew QTP!' As well as working on various automated testing projects, he is the Founder of KnowledgeInbox, a company focused on the research and design of Automation products, as well as providing Test Automation services and consultation. Anshoo Arora is a Test Architect and Software Developer, best known for his Test Automation website, www.RelevantCodes.com. He is continuously researching to find better ways of working with QTP, simplifying automation maintenance and creating extensible test suites/frameworks. A regular contributor at AdvancedQTP and SQAForums, he is also the Technical Editor and Reviewer of QuickTest's first conceptual book, 'And I thought I knew QTP!'