Radio Liferay

Welcome to Radio Liferay, a peek into what is going on in Liferay from the people doing it themselves.

 

Latest Broadcast

Radio Liferay Episode 59: Testing @ Liferay with Kristoffer Onias and Victor Ware

  Yay, another episode, and maybe in time to sweeten your trip to Devcon in Amsterdam. I spoke to Kristoffer Onias and Victor Ware. Both work on testing Liferay with different areas of interest. You'll hear quite a bit about what Liferay does internally on testing.

I actually talked to them quite a while ago, and the episode has been sitting on my disk since then.The numbers that you hear may no longer be accurate, but the overall information definitely is. Sorry for keeping it a secret for so long (there's an even longer kept secret... up next...)

We're talking about these (and more) topics

  • Different levels of Tests:
    • Unittests
    • Integration Tests
    • Functional Tests
  • How SPA influenced frontend testing
  • Selenium, Selenium IDE, Web Driver, Capybara, Docker, and Jenkins
  • How pull requests are tested before they reach their addressee
  • The scale of Liferay's testing infrastructure
  • KC's (at the time) still unnamed project. Watch out for him at the North American Symposium for updates to this. Oh, and: By now his project actually has a name: Testray
  • Maintenance of large test sets - UI locators etc.
  • SevenCogs and its resurrection
  • How to scale testing infrastructure for potentially a lot more servers and environments
  • The Test Pyramid
  • A wild idea: Livestream of test runs
  • Liferay's Testing Whitepaper and a Testing Webinar
  • 50 shades of red and its part 2

Follow @RadioLiferay and me (@olafk) on twitter.

You'll find this episode - and make sure that you don't miss any of the future episodes - by subscribing to  http://feeds.feedburner.com/RadioLiferay. You can also subscribe on itunes.: Just search for "Radio Liferay" or just "Liferay" in the podcast directory. Make sure to write a review for the podcast directory of your choice - or find everything about Radio Liferay on radioliferay.com.

Or just download the MP3 here

download audio file

Average (0 Votes)
The average rating is 0.0 stars out of 5.


No comments yet. Be the first.

Tell others

If you enjoy this podcast and are subscribing on itunes or any other aggregator: Please consider telling them how much you like it - just use their rating system. And consider leaving feedback and comments (at the shownotes, linked for each episode)

Older Episodes

« Back

Radio Liferay Episode 48: James Falkner on Release Plans and the 6.2 CE GA3 release

  A short Inbetweenisode on the release of 6.2 CE GA3 with repeat guest and Community Manager James Falkner. During Devcon James promised the release for the 15. January - while I stated that this release date was wishful thinking. Now we actually hit the promised release date for the first time known to both of us. Enough reason to get together and talk about the underlying cause and intents.

We're talking about general release practice and the plan that was put together last October, how Liferay CE will be delivered and how we're preparing to meet the promise. There's a 6 month release plan for new CE releases - and there will continue to be only one updated version of CE, e.g. once 7.0 is out, there won't be any more updates to 6.2 CE. If you need long term stability and support you should shoot for an Enterprise Edition subscription. This ensures your support for 5 years from release.

We also talk about the next release dates, how to get issues scheduled for that release (hint: Get votes on the issue, talk about it). Also, you get new ideas and features into the next release by rolling the drum for your idea - file an issue and do some marketing for it. This way it will float to the top and get recognized.

James has a quite thorough blog article about the content of 6.2 GA3 which contains quite a lot of fixed issues and - as is typical for maintenance releases - no new features.

To keep up to date on what to expect for Liferay 7.0, keep an eye on the milestones (coming out every 2 months) and Jorge's blog articles about them.

Follow @RadioLiferay, @schtool (James) and @olafk (me) on twitter.

You'll find this episode - and make sure that you don't miss any of the future episodes - by subscribing to  http://feeds.feedburner.com/RadioLiferay. You can also subscribe on itunes.: Just search for "Radio Liferay" or just "Liferay" in the podcast directory. If you like this, make sure to write a review for the podcast directory of your choice - or leave your feedback on www.liferay.com/radio.

Or just download the MP3 here:

download audio file

Average (1 Vote)
The average rating is 5.0 stars out of 5.


Threaded Replies Author Date
Question on Episode: 38 for Alberto Chaparro or... M Agg June 9, 2015 5:39 PM
Sorry for the later answer, I seem to have... Olaf Kock August 10, 2015 11:47 PM

Question on Episode: 38 for Alberto Chaparro or Someone who can answer.
Alberto mentioned about a portlet migration tool as well as step by step guide to theme migration from 6.1 to 6.2.
Can you provide the links for both of these resources.
I cannot find them.
Posted on 6/9/15 5:39 PM.
Sorry for the later answer, I seem to have missed your comment back then. The shownotes for Episode 38 (the blog post at https://www.liferay.com/web/olaf.kock/blog/-/blogs/radio-liferay-episode-38-albe­rto-chaparro-on-the-migration-tool-for-portlets-version-6-1-to-6-2) mention the github location https://github.com/liferay/liferay-aui-upgrade-tool and the tool is mentioned again in episode 47 with its new home in https://www.npmjs.org/package/laut (see shownotes)
Posted on 8/10/15 11:47 PM in reply to M Agg.