The Power of scripting
EASE is a module based framework where user can make use of any Java classes and wrap them as script libraries (modules). There are lots of built in modules available in framework which can be used as is by user from his scripts. For example there are modules for plotting live graphs, modifying workspace resources, accessing GIT etc.
EASE also hosts a Junit like test framework to execute scripted tests. These tests can be run interactively or can be integrated into CI Environment.
: Eclipse Advanced Scripting Environment: https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/technology.ease
Outline/structure of the Session
- Introduction to EASE framework
- Script shell
- Built in modules: Resources, Launches etc
- Run/Debug EASE scripts
- Unit test framework
- Writing test cases
- Configuring test suites
- Generating reports
- Write first module for EASE
- Extension point to register modules
- Example scripts
At the end of this session users will have fair knowledge on EASE and they can start using it by writing their own scripts and libraries
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