Tag: DUnit

Brisbane Meeting – September 2016

Wednesday September 7th at 5:30pm to 9pm.

We have 2 presentations on the night:

Mathias Burbach (ADUG Committee member) will give a remote presentation on DUnit & DUnitX

Implementing unit tests & integration tests with DUnit & DUnitX. We will compare the two testing frameworks that ship with Delphi.… Continue reading ›

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Melbourne Meeting – August 2015

Monday 17th August

Members’ experience with Unit testing.

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Melbourne Meeting – March 2015

Monday 16th March at 6 for 6:15pm start.

Advanced UI Testing with Jarrod Hollingworth… Continue reading ›

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Melbourne Meeting – December 2014

Monday 15th December at 6 for 6:15pm start

Moving DUnit to FireMonkey – Roger Connell  from Innova Solutions… Continue reading ›

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Sydney Meeting – February 2011

February 2011

DUnit + Memory Leak Detection – Jared Davison

This month we want to have another look at DUnit with an emphasis on memory leak detection. But we also want to hear your story how DUnit “saved your bacon”. Please send send us a short message to sydney@adug.org.au if you can/want to contribute so we can slot that in.… Continue reading ›

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Melbourne Meeting – May 2010

May 2010

Real World DUnit Testing – Jarrod Hollingworth, Luke Carter-Key and Paul Spain

A substantial presentation by Jarrod and some of the Nemmco team on the actual and extensive use of DUnit at a significant corporate site. Jarrod introduced DUnit and described its use in some detail.… Continue reading ›

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Sydney Meeting – December 2009

December 2009

Talking to Windows Services – Lachlan Gemmell

We will look at how to implement a Windows Service application and examine the options to “talk” to the service. The presentation will cover the standard Windows Service class TService and what RemObjects has to offer in comparison.… Continue reading ›

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