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Testing Fluid Components

Testing Methods


Currently there are two methods of testing:

Testing Environments


BrowserVersion
ChromeLatest Stable Release
FirefoxLatest Stable Release
Internet ExplorerLatest Stable Release
MS EdgeLatest Stable Release
Safari [fluid:1]Latest Stable Release

[fluid:1] keyboard a11y can be slightly improved if you select the "all controls" option from "Keyboard Shortcuts" under the "Keyboard & Mouse" settings. May also need to use "option + tab" for tab navigation.

Reporting Bugs


Any bugs found should be reported in Jira

To reduce the chance of creating a duplicate bug report, it is a good idea to browse Jira first.

Reporting Format

All bug reports should include at least the following information

  • Title of bug report
  • The component it affects
  • The version it affects
  • A description of the bug
  • steps to reproduce the bug

(See: JIRA Best Practices)

Using Jira


See also JIRA Best Practices

Registering in Jira

Before you can report any bugs, you need to create an account in Jira.

From the main Jira page click on the "Signup" link.

Fill out the registration form completely and submit.

Browsing

There are several ways to browse the bug reports in Jira.

Using the "Quick Search" field at the upper right corner, search by keyword(s).

The "Home" page contains saved filters

The "Browse Project" page contains project level filters; e.g. by component, assignee, etc.

The "Find Issue" page allows for the creation of a custom query.

Creating a New Bug

Login, if you haven't already done so.

Click the "Create New Issue" link at the top of the page.

For step 1 of 2, you can use the default selections. Click the 'Next' button to proceed to step 2 or 2.

In step 2 of 2 you will need to fill out the form and click the 'Create' button to complete. See Reporting Bugs, for necessary information to include here.

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