UI-testing (EPiServer): up and running

I’ve blogged previously about UI-testing. The purpose of that series of posts was to share information I’d gathered in the process of testing but I never really got around to writing about how to get started. Inspired by the Selenium testing tools cookbook I want to write some very hands-on posts so let’s get started. …

What’s in EPiServers container?

I was curious what’s registered in the StructureMap container by EpiServer themselves. StructureMap comes with the helpful method WhatDoIHave() which spits out everything registered. I formatted that list to make it slightly prettier Here’s the list from the above code. Rumor has it that you need to have this list memorized if you are to …

Testing strategies for EPiServer now and in the future

This post discusses some different approaches you can take to testing your EPiServer site. Unfortunately it won’t give you answers to the eternal question “what to test?”. While it’s always boring to do the typical consultant “it depends” it’s very hard to give general guidelines what to test, when to do it and what approach …

EPiServer 7 Preview – container support

If you’ve read my blog during the years you’ll know that I’ve blogged at time or two about dependency injection and Ioc-containers. The biggest problem with this that always saddened me a bit was that I could almost never spend any time talking about why I liked it and how much easier they made my …

EPiServer 7 Preview – migration

I’ve previously written about the migration support in PTB 2 migrations. In Falcon EPiServer have added their own migration support. Let’s start with a simple page type And then we’ll give it a value Changing the property name If we were to change the property name EPiServer have no real way of knowing what the …