A graphics user interface (GUI) test focuses on testing the user-friendliness of a program, from the mouse click to access to menus. To put it simply, a single click should open up the menus and press buttons, while a mouse drag should move or highlight objects. While GUI testing is also concerned with how the buttons work, it’s also concerned with how they look.
There are three approaches to GUI testing. The statements below offer a simplified look at each approach. Read the rest of this entry »