Chapter 22. Finding Additional Information

Why Read This Chapter?

Web technologies (and the testing methods that are appropriate for them) are evolving at a rapid rate. Inevitably, new technologies will become available after this book goes to print. This chapter will help you gain access to the most up-to-date information regarding Web-application testing.

Introduction

This chapter lists textbooks, Web sites, and professional societies that are great sources of information for test-case design and Web-application test planning.

Textbooks

3G Wireless Networks, by D. Collins and C. Smith, McGraw-Hill Professional, 2001; ISBN: 0071363815.

About Face: The Essentials of User Interface Design, by A. Cooper, IDG Books Worldwide, 1995; ISBN: 1568843224.

Administrating Web Servers, Security, and Maintenance, by E. Larson and B. Stephens, Prentice-Hall, 1999; ISBN: 0130225347.

Beginning Active Server Pages 3.0, by D. Buser, et al., Wrox Press, 2000; ISBN: 1861003382.

Building Secure Software: How to Avoid Security Problems the Right Way, by J. Viega and G. McGraw, Addison Wesley, 2001; ISBN 020172152X.

The Craft of Software Testing: Subsystems Testing Including Object-Based and Object-Oriented Testing, by B. Marick, Prentice-Hall, 1997; ISBN: 0131774115.

Designing Microsoft ASP.NET Applications, by D.J. Reilly, Microsoft Press, 2001; ISBN: 0735613486.

Designing Web Usability, by J. Nielsen, New Riders, 1999; ISBN: ...

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