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Its current blogs article, Meet Raven TestKit:
Its current blogs article, Meet Raven TestKit: Please check out the article below and then try Raven TestKit yourself (please, and thank you). This test kits has been designed as part of a broader engineering process to provide TDD (test-driven development) capability and to correct bugs and reports. What if you want to record bugs off-line?
The WixCode is a new software solution that allows website builders to create web apps and add it to their own websites. Manage your contents, perform computations, and use your own custom buisness logics while having a full set of tools for developing the clients and servers, as well as developing databases. All developers know that typing source files during a compilation process includes a bunch of synths and compilation problems, encoding mistakes, different behavior than anticipated, a great deal of line by line de-bugging, and more trial-and-error.
When our Wixcode user has a mistake or bugs, it is notified to our system as if the mistake had occurred in our cod. First, while we were working with alphabetic user, the issue wasn't so serious. However, as we started our release, more and more people started joining our system and the number of bugs logged increased rapidly.
Our job was to create an infrastucture and put it in our applications to somehow highlight any bug when we execute a user's own coding and not our own. The same can be true for test environment, test failure, etc. In this way, we can proactively distinguish between genuine flaws in the source and development flaws and our users' flaws, and replace the need to go through rows and rows of flaws in a report that really doesn't help us analyse the genuine flaws in our source tree.
Add backtesting to make sure nothing breaks with all changes to the underlying structure. Make sure the right report is sent to the right place. Challenging 1: How do we try to reproduce a mistake in the Wix-Codes? So we had to review every one of the APIs that the users could use to see what other APIs they were running, and then see how we could disrupt the regular process of executing arbitrary codes.
Create proxy and facade in our codes so that we can operatively indicate the completion of credentials. Challenging 2: How can I test the reporting information? Because we knew that we had to find a test set that would catch the sent articles and examine them so that we could verify that the contents of the messages were our own errors that had to be fixed.
If we had a problem, a problem would be a problem or another accident, and it would include the problem information, the stock track, incidents and breadcrumbs on the way to the accident. To help us as a developer better understanding the state of the users at the time of the failure, we also needed additional information to be added manual to the reports.
Once we learned and understood how Raven works, or at least where necessary, we had to define our strategies on how we would respond to Raven's life cycle of enterprise analytics and begin programming. Be sure to create a committed host so that all your messages are sent there. We do not need to "get to know" Raven and the way he works and how he dispatches his report.
However, the biggest drawback is that we would have to run a test every single day, even for non-browser testing, which requires a lot of developing effort and resource. Appears to be an intuitional answer, almost no effort for developing. Well, this options doesn't really scaling if multiple developer would have to do each of these things at the same moment, and let's not overlook - we still have to be on-line for this to work.
Modify the way Raven responds to exceptions. Â We began to look at the sources to find interesting points of intergration. Â We found this built-in ability of setTransport. There is no need for further set-up for our testing and no need for our own server. Also, the developing period for this particular application will be much shortened (yay!).
First, we didn't think about building a third-party plugin, but just a basic, useful plugin written in our own codebase. At Wix Engineering, even the smallest piece of software is thoroughly checked. The Raven Test Kit allows Raven to work native in your applications by overwriting the build layers using Raven's own API:
do something with the reporting dates here...... This overwrites the standard Raven transportation mechanisms. It was not our aim in our case to dispatch the reports. Then, when we instantiate the Raven instances, we store the reports local, and if someone is expecting "onSuccess", we call the call-back "onSuccess":
This way the logs can be retrieved later by one of the Raven Testkit APIs, e.g: As soon as you have the reporting objects, you can check the attributes to be sent or use them in other ways that benefit your test area. This Testkit libary is, by irony, made up of its own test set, and as part of its Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) it is checked for function with each modification.
It has been used in several research and engineering groups at Wix since its first release, and new uses and techniques have been developed for Raven-testkit. Until now, to run your system with Raven, you had to destroy the Raven config so that it could run with testing.
Still the best open opensource library on the market, Raven-testkit allows engineering crews to examine their reporting while determining the reporting style and contents as the coding develops. We strongly suggest you check out (and even contribute to) our GitHub SDK reference for the runtime version of the software before you leave.