Monthly Archives: June 2006

If you think the IT industry is bad at estimating…

You should try the moving industry. I have just hung up my boots at Fidelity to move deep undercover doing some work in New York (via Washington DC, but thats a whole other story). I’m initially going to be staying in a hotel, so I decided to put my furniture in storage. I’m also moving […]

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FlexUnit UI factory

When I started looking into how we could use flexunit in our CI build, I was struck by how the UI is closely linked to the actual running of the test suite. I really wanted to be able to use the supplied flexunit GUI out of the box – after all, it does everything the […]

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FlexUnit for Cruise Control – XML output

If you read my earlier posts on Flex and continuous integration, you will remember that we had to do some work to get ASUnit to spit out its results in a manner that would be understood by Cruise Control. We built a log parser to parse results from the Flash players trace file into an […]

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Asyncronous test setup with FlexUnit

As part of my evaluation of FlexUnit and ASUnit for continuous integration, one of the rquirements is the ability to have an asynchronous test setup. Lets say you have a class under test that requires some XML in its constructor, and ideally you want to load that XML from an external source. While this doesnt […]

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Unit test frameworks for AS3 and Continuous Integration

Im currently evaluating FlexUnit and ASUnit as we move over to AS3 and seeing how they will fit in with our continuous integration suite. As you may have read in my previous posts on CI, we ended up significantly reworking ASUnit to get it to integrate with our needs for CI. What we are really […]

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