Meeting: May 16 - How to Build Automated Smoke Tests Using Protractor

This Month

Tuesday: May 16, 2017

11:30 am

1141 W Sheridan Ave
Oklahoma City, OK

About “How to Build Automated Smoke Tests Using Protractor”

Over the past year, Dale has been working with his team at SCA to build an automated smoke test system that ensures their applications are loading and performing correctly. They built the tests using Protractor and they perform various UI tests that verify the primary functions of the application are performing correctly. The tests run every few minutes and alert them if any issues are found. Dale will be expanding on the lightning talk he gave at the OKC# March meeting and will be walking through how to set up Protractor, create the tests, and set them to run automatically.

About Dale Spoonemore

Dale Spoonemore has been in the software business for over 11 years with most of that time spent coming up with schemes to break software. He’s tested applications built using pretty much every language/framework out there across desktop/web/mobile and currently heads up the QA efforts at Surgical Care Affiliates where he spends most of his time testing, creating SOX-compliant test documentation, and writing automated tests for their Angular web apps. He’s also an avid gardener/“urban farmer” and blogs about his journey towards growing as much food as possible for his family of 6 at
@dalespoonemore | @fromseed2spoon

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Meeting: Dec 16 - Angular with React.js

##This Month
Tuesday: Dec 16, 2014

11:30 am

401 NW 10th,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

##About “Angular with React.js”
Apples and Oranges. Oil and Water. The Capulets and Montagues.

…Angular and React?

It’s all over the blogs and at every conference. They come from different worlds. One uses two-way binding. The other uses one-way. One is highly declarative; the other is “code-first”. One wears short skirts, the other wears T-shirts. But, that doesn’t mean one gets to be cheer captain while the other sits on the bleachers.

Let’s look at both of these popular tools and see what they have to offer. Let’s discuss them; not from a standpoint of “better and worse” but “where and why”. This talk will be a bit of an overview of both tools, followed by a deeper dive into the mentality between the two.

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