A Practical T-P³ R² Model to Test Dynamic Websites

Chopra, Rajiv; Madan, Sushila
November 2012
Journal of Information Engineering & Applications;2012, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p44
Academic Journal
Present day web applications are very complex as they employ more objects (controls) on a web page than traditional web applications. This results in more memory leaks, more CPU utilizations and longer test executions. Furthermore, today websites are dynamic meaning that the web pages are loaded according to the users input. Higher complexity of web software means more insecure website. This increases the attack surfaces. In this paper, it is proposed to use both Test-Driven Development (TDD) and white-box testing together to handle the dynamic aspects of web applications. Also, it proposes a new practical T-P³ R² model to cope with dynamism of websites.


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