Structured Testing for Multimedia Authoring

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Abstract

This paper describes one approach to improving the testing practices of non-specialist multimedia developers through the addition of test support functions to a popular commercial authoring tool - Multimedia ToolBook. In common with other mainstream authoring tools, ToolBook has no in-built support for testing (save the inclusion of a simple debugger). The ToolBook extensions described here are intended to encourage non-specialist authors to adopt a more structured approach to testing their software. Similar extensions could equally well be developed to perform the same task in other multi media authoring tools or in Internet authoring tools.
Translated title of the contributionStructured Testing for Multimedia Authoring
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropean Conference on Software Testing Analysis and Reviews, RAI, Amsterdam
PublisherEuroSTAR, Staines, UK
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1996

Bibliographical note

Conference Proceedings/Title of Journal: Proceedings of 4th European Conference on Software Testing Analysis and Reviews
Conference Organiser: British Computer Society Quality SIG and Testing SIG

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