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Relativity Fest 2019
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PR325266 - Workshop: Build Tests for Your Classic and Relativity Forms Applications to Maintain Compatibility in the Cloud

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Are you interested in writing automated tests for your Relativity application, but have no idea where to start? Join us in this advanced workshop where we'll present hands-on exercises demonstrating how to write testable code including, but not limited to, unit and integration tests. We'll write integration tests using our open source tools which were built on top of our APIs. We will also show you how to use Azure Devops to build, test and deploy your source code. We also want to introduce you the Relativity Forms API and how to build and test in this new framework. By the end of this workshop, you'll know how to create tests that are not only environment agnostic, but also quick, performant, and low maintenance—ultimately saving you time so you can focus on more important initiatives. Coding experience is required. To get the most out of this session, you should have a full understanding of how to create simple Relativity platform components and basic API consumption. If you don't have development experience or have limited testing knowledge, please attend the "This is Only a Test: Best Practices for Validating Agents, Scripts, and Event Handlers in Relativity and RelativityOne" session first. IMPORTANT NOTE: All attendees must arrive at least 5 minutes prior to the start of the workshop to check in and reserve a computer. if you do not check in at least 5 minutes in advance, we cannot guarantee your spot.

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Building on the Platform, Infrastructure, Innovation, Relativity Administration, RelativityOne
Developer, IT / Infrastructure Expert
3 Hours
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