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  • Blog Post: Testing Ruby Applications on Windows Azure - part 3: Remote Desktop

    In part 2 I discussed how to create a startup task to run tests during application startup. But what if something goes wrong and your test output contains a bunch of failures or the output isn’t generated? If the fix is obvious, making the required changes and redeploying is the obvious path, but...
  • Blog Post: Testing Ruby Applications on Windows Azure - part 2: Output to File

    In part 1 , I presented an overview of testing on Windows Azure. One thing that I missed in the original article is that while there’s no testing framework for Ruby that exposes a web front-end, it’s perfectly possible to have your test results saved out to a file. The Test For this...
  • Blog Post: Running VisualPHPUnit in Windows Azure

    Last month, I wrote a post that outlined 3 ways to test PHP applications in Windows Azure , and since then I’ve covered two of those approaches: Running PHPUnit in Windows Azure (uses RDP) and Automating PHPUnit Tests in Windows Azure . In this post I’ll cover how to use a web-front end ...
  • Blog Post: Automating PHPUnit Tests in Windows Azure

    To start the new year off, I’d like to follow up on a couple of posts I wrote last month: Thoughts on Testing OSS Applications in Windows Azure and Running PHPUnit in Windows Azure . In this post, I’ll show you how to deploy your PHPUnit tests with your application, have the tests run as...
  • Blog Post: Running PHPUnit in Windows Azure

    In my last post I suggested 3 strategies for testing OSS/Azure applications. In this post, I’ll dive deeper into the first suggestion by showing you how to run unit tests (using PHPUnit ) in Windows Azure. (I’ll assume that you have PHPUnit installed as a PEAR package.) If you read my...
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