ASP.Net Ajax vs. Unit Tests
Have you looked at the test harness's that ship with the toolkit?
Something maybe that could help?
You mean this:
Those are not tests, those are demos.
Scroll down to "Creating a Component Unit Test"
I did some more searching, try ScottGu's blog post here:
Thanks for the info, but this is about testing the component, not testing the UI that uses this component.
I am talking about testing my UI, and running into lot of problems with the ASP.Net Ajax implementation.
Checked the second link, that is interesting, but I am not interested in testing the client side UI stuff.
I have a QA guy for that and bitter experience telling me that it is a time sink
I am interested in testing the interaction of the UI with the application, and its results.
Disclaimer: I don't use ASP.NET AJAX.
However, it sounds like you want to subscribe to the DOMContentLoaded event, which is undocumented but supported in IE6+ and Fx and Safari. jQuery implements it as its $(document).ready() functionality.
http://www.visualjquery.com/ -> events -> ready