Testing


Quality Assurance (QA): Test our release packages. Install them from scratch, try updates from previous versions, make sure everything is working, check if the upgrader works along the different (Repo)-Versions.


The chain breaks at the weakest link.


  1. TodoList
  2. https://wackowiki.org/lab/
  3. Setup a local Test Server

Tools

Testing

  1. Test new patches – try them out and see what breaks
  2. Do performance tests – compare versions & settings
  3. Do security audits
  4. Do benchmarks
  5. Do localization checks
  6. Check standards / spec compliance – SQL, XML, APIs, ...
    1. https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/
    2. https://securityheaders.io/
    3. http://validator.w3.org/nu/
    4. https://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/
    5. https://validator.w3.org/feed/
    6. https://web.dev/measure
    7. WAVE – Online accessibility validator
    8. http://jshint.com/
    9. https://www.google.com/webmast[...]ols/mobile-friendly/
    10. http://www.webpagetest.org/ – Test a website's performance
    11. W3C Internationalization Checker
  7. https://github.com/mozilla/readability – test with firefox reading mode
  8. Test integration – does the new version work with all scripts & dbs?
  9. check error logs
    1. \apache\logs\error.log
    2. \php\logs\php_error_log
  10. set 'debug' in secondary config to 3
  11. set PHP_ERROR_REPORTING in config/constants.php
    define('PHP_ERROR_REPORTING',	5); // PHP error reporting: 0 - off, 6 - all
    1. Fatal error
    2. Parse error
    3. Warning
    4. Notice


Test version:
wacko.r6.0.beta1.zip (1.9 MiB)


Please download the program, take it for a test-drive and tell us what you think.
BETA versions are always for testing purposes only.

Development version
wacko.tar.gz (see Repository)


Keep in mind, that this is still an alpha version – so be advised to not use it for production data!