Join Code.org's Brian Jordan for a fun tour of Code.org’s continuous, automated testing suite. Brian will discuss how Code.org approaches testing throughout the product development cycle, given their unique testing challenges—developing interactive, game-like curriculum for just the types of browsers you’d expect to find in school computer labs—from Internet Explorer 9 to iPads across 40+ languages.
Code.org is a non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science with a vision that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science. Code Studio—Code.org’s free, online computer science curriculum platform—has over 200,000 teachers who have signed up to teach intro courses, and over 5,500,000 enrolled students.
Bonus: Brian will play back Code.org's full Selenium test-suite in high-speed. Watch code coding code! Watch Selenium drag-and-drop code its way through Code Studio’s programming puzzles.
In this webinar you'll learn:
- What Code.org's open source automated testing stack looks like
- What visual testing with Applitools, cross-browser Selenium tests on Sauce Labs, and live-site monitoring with New Relic and Honeybadger look like in practice
- About the Code.org "Bug Collection" —real live examples of bugs detected before they hit production
There will be a live Q&A following the presentation.