Michelangelo van Dam has a new post on his site sharing some helpful hints you can use to test your e-commerce application, be it WooCommerce or other popular PHP-based e-commerce packages.
I'm participating (as much as possible) in the #30daysoftesting challenge organised by Ministry of Testing and SauceLabs. If you're interested, read the full 30 Days of E-Commerce Testing article and join this fun and educational challenge.
The 2nd challenge on the list was to read and share interesting blog articles about E-commerce testing. Since I'm working as a PHP professional I thought it would be great if I oriented my focus on testing PHP based E-commerce platforms. I picked WooCommerce as it's an easy to install and use E-commerce solution. For Magento, PrestaShop and others I've added useful links at the bottom of this article.
He then gets into the details of WooCommerce and what it has available from a testing perspective. He also includes links to a few resources for more general WordPress testing too. The remainder of the post consists of links to more information about testing the other popular e-commerce packages: Magento, PrestaShop, OpenCart, Sylius and Laravel-based packages.