Myna is a revolutionary new form of A/B testing that learns as you test. It uses multi armed bandit algorithms to optimize your tests in real time, giving you faster results and greater ROI. ·
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So schnell und einfach wie Rapid Paper Prototyping, aber online, klickbar und mit viel mehr Funktionen! ·
ScalaCheck is a powerful tool for automatic unit testing of Scala and Java programs. It features automatic test case generation and minimization of failing test cases. ScalaCheck started out as a Scala port of the Haskell library QuickCheck, and has since evolved and been extended with features not found in Haskell QuickCheck. ·
ServiceFixture is a fixture library built on top of FIT/FitNesse which enables FitNesse to be the integration test and software collaboration platform for service oriented and distributed systems. These systems usually expose stateless services, such as web service (SOAP or REST), ejb and POJO etc, to its internal or external clients, and complex domain objects are always involved in the service interfaces.
It is difficult to leverage FitNesse for these systems due to the fact that it is not trivial to represent complex domain objects in FIT test table, and hence it would require constant fixture development efforts to support the integration test. ServiceFixture is designed to fill this gap.
ServiceFixture uses expression language to represent domain objects, verify and display the response in FIT test table. Every ServiceFixture test is basically a method invocation to a stateless service. The test starts with setting up the input data, then invoking the service operation, and then checking the response.
Because the ServiceFixture is very generic, to setup ServiceFixture and FitNesse for a project, you only need to write a ServiceFixture extension to encapsulate the invocation logic once, which is pretty trivial. No more fixture development is needed after that. It also provides template creator integrated with FitNesse to make tester's life a lot easier too.
ServiceFixture also provides database service fixtures(SelectFixture and UpdateFixture) which can be used to access databases directly from FitNesse test scripts. See Tutorial for more details. ·
Ripplet is a powerful,high available,flexible,collaborative load/stress test tool. It aims at providing an environment where users are able to do the tasks as follows :
* illustrate test design and outline load description clearly
* control realistic performance load efficiently, both on logic and data flow
* diagnose performance spikes and bottlenecks easily
* evaluate system capacity quickly and correctly
* share achievements for developers or customers, not only reports but test plan for product enviroment stage evaluation
Use it, extend it, just making your load test fruitful, your production stable. Hopefully, it's pretty much everything you seek in load test and it's beyond your expectation. ·
Simplium aids the developer to create selenium based unit test that can be executed in different browsers and enviroment. With enviroment means the same test can be run against the developers own machine as well as a test machine somewhere on the network or even the production machine.
A Simplium unit tests doesn't have any reference to which URL the test is executed against as well as no reference to which browser the test should be executed in. Instead the Simplium test cases are annotated with Simplium specific annotations which allow Simplium to take control of the test cases when executed.
Simplium looks for which enviroment it is executed in (development, test or production) and based on this information Simplium will execute the test cases against different servers, against a local selenium remote control or selenium grid and execute each test in the browsers that the enviroment has specificed. ·
This document describes the formal schema of the Evaluation and Report Language (EARL) 1.0. The Evaluation and Report Language is a vocabulary to express test results. The primary motivation for developing this language is to facilitate the exchange of test results between Web accessibility evaluation tools in a vendor-neutral and platform-independent format. It also provides a reusable vocabulary for generic quality assurance and validation purposes. While this document focuses on the technical details of the specification, a companion document, Evaluation and Report Language (EARL) 1.0 Guide [Guide], describes the motivations for EARL and provides an introduction to its use. ·
Writing unit tests can be hard and sometimes good design has to be sacrificed for the sole purpose of testability. Often testability corresponds to good design, but this is not always the case. For example final classes and methods cannot be used, private methods sometimes need to be protected or unnecessarily moved to a collaborator, static methods should be avoided completely and so on simply because of the limitations of existing frameworks.
PowerMock is a framework that extend other mock libraries such as EasyMock with more powerful capabilities. PowerMock uses a custom classloader and bytecode manipulation to enable mocking of static methods, constructors, final classes and methods, private methods, removal of static initializers and more. By using a custom classloader no changes need to be done to the IDE or continuous integration servers which simplifies adoption. Developers familiar with EasyMock will find PowerMock easy to use, since the entire expectation API is the same, both for static methods and constructors. PowerMock extends the EasyMock API with a small number of methods and annotations to enable the extra features. From version 1.1 PowerMock also has basic support for Mockito.
When writing unit tests it is often useful to bypass encapsulation and therefore PowerMock includes several features that simplifies reflection specifically useful for testing. This allows easy access to internal state, but also simplifies partial and private mocking. ·
The Grinder is a JavaTM load testing framework that makes it easy to run a distributed test using many load injector machines. It is freely available under a BSD-style open-source license.
The latest news, downloads, and mailing list archives can be found on SourceForge.net.
* Generic Approach Load test anything that has a Java API. This includes common cases such as HTTP web servers, SOAP and REST web services, and application servers (CORBA, RMI, JMS, EJBs), as well as custom protocols.
* Flexible Scripting Tests are written in the powerful Jython scripting language.
* Distributed Framework A graphical console allows multiple load injectors to be monitored and controlled, and provides centralised script editing and distribution.
* Mature HTTP Support Automatic management of client connections and cookies. SSL. Proxy aware. Connection throttling. Sophisticated record and replay of the interaction between a browser and a web site.
See the longer features list for further details. ·
DbFit is a set of FIT fixtures which enables FIT/FitNesse tests to execute directly against a database. This enables developers to manipulate database objects in a relational tabular form, making database testing and management much easier then with xUnit-style tools. The library is free to use, released under GNU GPL. ·
An open source framework for unit test and performance benchmark, which was initiated by Andrew Zhang, under Apache License v2.0. p-unit supports to run the same tests with single thread or multi-threads, tracks memory and time consumption, and generates the result in the form of plain text, image or pdf file. ·
AtUnit minimizes boilerplate code in unit tests and guides test development by enforcing good practices.
* mark exactly one field with @Unit to indicate the object under test.
* mark fields with @Mock or @Stub to obtain mock objects
* inject your tests, and your test subjects, using your favorite IoC container
Mock Objects Integration
AtUnit integrates with JMock or EasyMock to provide mock objects:
* obtain a JMock context simply by declaring a field
* annotate fields with @Mock to obtain JMock or EasyMock mock objects
* annotate fields with @Stub to obtain a JMock or EasyMock stub object
... or you can use your own mock objects plug-in with two easy steps:
* implement the MockFramework interface
* annotate your tests with @MockFrameworkClass(MyMockFramework.class)
AtUnit integrates with Guice or Spring to take all of the work out of dependency-injected tests.
* never see the Injector, never write bootstrapping boilerplate!
* @Inject test class fields without even defining a Module
* declaratively obtain mock objects with @Inject @Mock
* if you need more binding flexibility, simply have your test class implement Module
* annotate fields with @Bean to get them from the Spring context
* fields annotated with @Bean which do not appear in your Spring context are added to it automatically! (This includes @Mock and @Stub fields.)
* AtUnit looks for a Spring XML file with the same name as your test, or you can specify the location yourself with @Context("filename")
* Most of the time, you don't even need a Spring XML file!
You can easily plug in other containers in two steps:
* implement the Container interface
* annotate your tests with @ContainerClass(MyContainer.class) ·
ClassMock is a framework that helps the creation of unit tests for components that use reflection or annotations. In this kind of classes, the behavior is dependent of the class structure. This way, each test case usually works with a different class created specifically for the test. With ClassMock is possible to define and generate classes in runtime, allowing a better test readability and logic sharing between tests. ·
jDiffChaser is a GUI comparison tool that automates difference detection
between same screens of different versions. You can easily record scenarios
(optionally define zones of the screens to ignore during comparisons) and play suites
of them on two different versions of the same Java Swing application: differences are
then listed in a web page report. ·
Fitnesse for Eclipse Plugin
Add Fit and Fitnesse support to your Eclipse tooling environment!
The FitNesse for Eclipse Plugin enables developers to more easily use the FitNesse and Fit frameworks from within the Eclipse environment. ·
Spring AutoMock is a test enabling framework to allow automatic exposure of Mocked beans for a Spring application. Used in conjunction with Spring autowiring of bean dependencies you can develop teired application contexts that represent the architectural tiers of your application, and thus you testing strategy. The simplest example is a separation of service beans and DAO beans into separate xml application contexts so that the services can be fully tested in isolation of the DAOs. The DAO beans are still required by the services typically as an injected property. Spring AutoMock can automatically register a Mock and a proxy of certain beans, so that the Mocks can be injected into your test cases and the matching proxy into the item under test. This reduces the need for repeated Spring test configuration. ·
Abbot helps you test your Java UI. It comprises Abbot, which lets you programmatically drive UI components, and Costello (built on Abbot) which allows you to easily launch, explore and control an application. The framework may be used with both scripts and compiled code. ·