Karate enables you to script a sequence of calls to any kind of web-service and assert that the responses are as expected. It makes it really easy to build complex request payloads, traverse data within the responses, and chain data from responses into the next request. Karate's payload validation engine can perform a 'smart compare' of two JSON or XML documents without being affected by white-space or the order in which data-elements actually appear, and you can opt to ignore fields that you choose.
Since Karate is built on top of Cucumber-JVM, you can run tests and generate reports like any standard Java project. But instead of Java - you write tests in a language designed to make dealing with HTTP, JSON or XML - simple.
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Hiptest is a test management platform in the cloud that supports continuous delivery and bridges the gap from manual to automated testing. It provides a real-time environment for creating, executing and maintaining tests. It also works with all flavors of Cucumber the free, open source tool for executable specifications used by thousands of companies. Hiptest is the most powerful & yet simple way to test your app at the age of agile.
MiniTest, as the name suggests, is a small and fast unit testing framework. Shipped with Ruby 1.9, MiniTest supports a complete suite of testing capabilities such as TDD, BDD, mocking, and benchmarking. Since ruby 1.9 the ruby standard library has included a testing framework called MiniTest, it is a modern and lightweight replacement for ruby 1.8's Test::Unit framework. MiniTest provides:
Testenium is an On-line Testing Platform for testing software and websites without any additional installation on the user’s computer, iPad, tablet or phone. An online testing platform for BDD, TDD and Selenium testing with 100% online database support for test data. It supports Cucumber, Behat and SpecFlow for BDD, JUnit, NUnit and PHPUnit for Selenium and TDD. Testenium also generates codes in addition to the code generated by BDD frameworks.
RSpec is a Behaviour-Driven Development tool for Ruby programmers. BDD is an approach
to software development that combines Test-Driven Development, Domain Driven Design,
and Acceptance Test-Driven Planning. RSpec helps you do the TDD part of that equation,
focusing on the documentation and design aspects of TDD. RSpec is composed of multiple libraries, which are designed to work together, or can be used independently with other testing tools like Cucumber or Minitest.
Behat is an open source Behavior Driven Development framework for PHP 5.3+. What’s behavior driven development, you ask? It’s a way to develop software through a constant communication with stakeholders in form of examples; examples of how this software should help them, and you, to achieve your goals.
Behat is considered an official Cucumber implementation in PHP and is part of one big family of BDD tools.
Freshen is an acceptance testing framework for Python . uses the (mostly) same syntax as Cucumber. Why copy Cucumber? - Because it works and lots of people use it. Why use Nose? - Because it works and lots of people use it and it already does many useful things. No need to spend time in re-implementing coverage, profiling, test discovery, and command like processing again. Freshen supports 30 languages, exactly the same as cucumber, since the "language" file was borrowed from the cucumber project. As long as your .feature files respect the syntax, the person in charge of writing the acceptance tests may write it down.
Chakram is an API testing framework designed to perform end to end tests on JSON REST endpoints.
This readme offers an introduction to the library. For more information, visit Chakram's documentation and tests which demonstrate all of Chakram's capabilities. In addition, example tests of publicly accessible APIs are available in the examples directory. If required, assistance can be found in the project's gitter chat room.
NBehave framework is based on the behavioral domain specific language (DSL) of Behavior Driven Design (BDD). The primary goal of NBehave is a framework for defining and executing application requirement goals. These characterizations are modeled after the Behavioral Driven Design (BDD) terms Story, Scenario, Given, When, Then. Relying on a syntax that is lightweight and targeted at product owners (a few "quotes" mostly), the code becomes an executable and self-describing requirements document. The definitions within the actual unit test of the application along with the nature of the architecture and the domain model makes these concepts a sound framework.
JBehave is a framework for Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD). BDD is an evolution of test-driven development (TDD) and acceptance-test driven design, and is intended to make these practices more accessible and intuitive to newcomers and experts alike. It shifts the vocabulary from being test-based to behaviour-based, and positions itself as a design philosophy.
Cucumber is a BDD testing tool and Framework. This means that the “tests” (plain text feature descriptions with scenarios) are typically written before anything else and verified by business analysts, domain experts, etc. non technical stakeholders. The production code is then written outside-in, to make the stories pass. Cucumber itself is written in Ruby, but it can be used to “test” code written in Ruby or other languages including but not limited to Java, C# and Python. Cucumber only requires minimal use of Ruby programming and Ruby is easy, so don’t be afraid even if the code you’re developing in is not Ruby.
PHPUnit is a unit testing software framework for the programming language PHP. Created by Sebastian Bergmann, PHPUnit is one of the xUnit family of frameworks that originated with SUnit. It uses assertions to verify that behavior of the unit of code under test behaves as expected. PHPUnit is the de-facto standard for unit testing in PHP projects. It provides both a framework to write the tests as well as the functionality to run the tests and analyze their results. It supports the development of object-oriented PHP applications using the concepts and methods of Agile Programming, Extreme Programming, Test-Driven Development, and Design-by-Contract Development.
Robot Framework is a generic test automation framework for acceptance testing and acceptance test-driven development (ATDD). It has easy-to-use tabular test data syntax and it utilizes the keyword-driven testing approach. Its testing capabilities can be extended by test libraries implemented either with Python or Java, and users can create new higher-level keywords from existing ones using the same syntax that is used for creating test cases.
Robot Framework project is hosted on GitHub where you can find further documentation, source code, and issue tracker. Downloads are hosted at PyPI. The framework has a rich ecosystem around it consisting of various generic test libraries and tools that are developed as separate projects.
Codeception PHP Testing Framework is designed to work just out of the box. This means its installation requires minimal steps and no external dependencies preinstalled (except PHP, of course). Only one configuration step should be taken and you are ready to test your web application from an eye of actual user.
Concordion is an open source framework for Java that lets you turn a plain English description of a requirement into an automated test. Concordion is the most flexible tool for creating high-quality living documentation. It is often used with Specification by Example (SbE) and Behavior Driven Development (BDD) processes.
UISpec is a Behavior Driven Development framework for the iPhone that provides a full automated testing solution that drives the actual iPhone UI. It is modeled after the very popular RSpec for Ruby. To make finding specific views in the iPhone UI easy, UISpec includes a very powerful view traversal DSL called UIQuery. Not only can you easily traverse the view heirarchy, you can also interact with the views you find.
JWebUnit is a Java framework that facilitates creation of acceptance tests for web applications. It evolved from a project where we were using HttpUnit and JUnit to create acceptance tests. As the tests were being written, they were continuously refactored to remove duplication and other bad smells in the test code. JWebUnit is the result of these refactorings. It wraps existing testing frameworks such as HtmlUnit and Selenium with a unified, simple testing interface to allow you to quickly test the correctness of your web applications.
FitNesse is a lightweight, open-source framework that makes it easy for software teams to: Collaboratively define Acceptance Tests -- web pages containing simple tables of inputs and expected outputs, Run those tests and see the results. FitNesse is a tool for enhancing collaboration in software development. FitNesse enables customers, testers, and programmers to learn what their software should do , and to automatically compare that to what it actually does do .
SpecFlow is a pragmatic BDD solution for .NET. It uses the Gherkin specification language and integrates to many development tools (VS2008, VS2010, MonoDevelop, SharpDevelop, MsBuild). It provides efficient testing solution for the .NET-related platforms, like .NET 3.5, .NET4.0 , Mono, Silverlight 3, Silverlight 4 or Windows Phone 7. SpecFlow+ is a set of extensions and tools to get more out of SpecFlow:1) Closer integration with your stakeholders 2) Enhanced integration with your development process and tool chain 3) Scalable test execution
Frank allows you to write structured text test/acceptance tests/requirements (using Cucumber) and have them execute against your iOS application. Frank also includes a powerful “app inspector” (called Symbiote) that you can use to get detailed information on your running app. Frank can be used to write tests for Mac apps as well as iOS apps. Writing tests for Mac apps is similar to writing tests for iOS apps, but there are important differences.
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