HttpMaster is a web development tool to automate testing of RESTful web services, web API applications, and websites. It can execute requests against various web servers and monitor response data. HttpMaster is especially useful when testing web services output data because it can display and validate the most popular REST return formats; XML, JSON, and HTML. HttpMaster also supports a definition of dynamic parameters which can be used to dynamically generate batches of web requests. HttpMaster also offers some advanced tools, like project wizard for creating new projects and URL, encode/decode utility.
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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.
dotCover is a .NET unit testing and code coverage tool that works right in Visual Studio, provides great ways to visualize code coverage information, and is Continuous Integration ready. dotCover calculates and reports statement-level code coverage in .NET Framework 2.0 to 4.5 applications, as well as in Silverlight 4and 5. dotCover is a proprietary unit test runner and code coverage tool for .NET Framework 1.0 to 4.5 and Silverlight 4 and 5 applications. It has evolved to include ReSharper's unit test runner supporting such unit testing frameworks as MSTest, NUnit, xUnit, and MSpec.
LDRArules is a stand-alone rules checker that doesn't require investment in a complete tool chain. It enforces compliance with industry- or user-defined coding standards and provides clear visibility of software flaws that might typically pass through the build and test process and become latent problems.
LDRArules helps to see how your source code:
Fluint is a pretty advanced unit testing framework build specifically for Adobe Flex solutions. General to say, it is a testing framework based on the concepts of FlexUnit and JUnit. It enhances the function of asynchronous. At the same time it is a graphical testing runner and integrated continuous building systems with an optional Adobe AIR client for directory watching. It's an open source software, hence could use it free. Fluint adds some interesting features that are not covered by the basic FlexUnit framework endorsed by Adobe by both embracing basic asynchronous communications as well as direct integration testing.
AutoKey is a desktop automation utility for Linux and X11. It allows you to manage collection of scripts and phrases, and assign abbreviations and hotkeys to these. This allows you to execute a script or insert text on demand in whatever program you are using. AutoKey features a subset of the capabilities of the popular Windows-based AutoHotkey, but is not intended as a full replacement. For a Linux-based implementation of AutoHotkey, see IronAHK. It is built using current toolkits (GTK3 and QT4).
HTTP Test Tool is a script based tool for testing and benchmarking web applications, web servers, proxy servers and web browsers. httest can emulate clients and servers even in the same test script. Advanced HTTP protocol handling, including ne-grained timeout handling, request and response validation, Simulating clients and servers, including startup and shutdown of server daemons. This allows creating mock-ups of back-end systems in more complex test situations
Execution of external command line tools, using their output as a request or response data, or for validation purposes.
CodeSonar has been proven to provide the deepest static analysis, finding more critical defects than other static analysis tools on the market. CodeSonar has performed best on several static analysis tool benchmarks in finding static memory, resource management, concurrency, and other defects.
By analyzing both source code and binaries, CodeSonar enables teams to analyze complete applications, enabling you to take control of your software supply chain and eliminate the most costly and hard-to-find defects early in the application development lifecycle.
VectorCAST/C++ is a highly automated unit and integration test solution used by embedded developers to validate safety and business critical embedded systems. This dynamic test solution is widely used in the avionics, medical device, automotive, industrial controls, railway, and financial industries. With VectorCAST/C++, C and C++ unit testing can be done natively or on specific target or target simulator. It can be used to build and execute test cases, show code covered, and report static measurements. It's run-time support package executes test cases on target hardware. Tests may be developed in a host environment and re-executed on an embedded target to verify target and cross-compiler performance.
SWTBot is an open-source Java based UI/functional testing tool for testing SWT, Eclipse and GEF based applications. It provides APIs that are simple to read and write. The APIs also hide the complexities involved with SWT and Eclipse. SWTBot also provides its own set of assertions that are useful for SWT. You can also use your own assertion framework with SWTBot. SWTBot integrates with Eclipse PDE, Eclipse headless testing framework, Ant and Tycho, so it's easy to use in your IDE and Headless Builds (as part of a CI job for example). SWTBot can run on all platforms that SWT runs on. Very few other testing tools provide such a wide variety of platforms.
A collection of source from different Google projects that may be of use to developers working other Mac projects. Also includes the Google Developer Spotlight Importers. To browse the Google Toolbox for Mac source code, visit the Source tab. Library changes are documented in the release notes. If you find a problem/bug or want a new feature to be included in the Google Toolbox for Mac, please join the discussion group or submit an issue. Google Toolbox for Mac follows the Google Objective-C Style Guide.
White is a framework for automating rich client applications based on Win32, WinForms, WPF, Silverlight and SWT (Java) platforms. It is .NET based and does not require the use of any proprietary scripting languages. Tests/automation programs using White can be written with whatever .NET language, IDE and tools you are already using. White provides a consistent object-oriented API, hiding the complexity of Microsoft's UIAutomation library (on which White is based) and windows messages.Only stable versions of White are released, so all releases are production-ready.
PerlUnit PerlUnit - an xUnit Testing Framework for Perl language. PerlUnit is now a project on sourceforge.
JSystem is an open-source framework for writing and running automated software tests, for both software and embedded applications. The aim of JSystem is to provide one simple central framework for functional and system testing of software. A unique characteristic of JSystem is its simplicity and scalability: the JSystem architecture comprises of four layers, with a clear distinction between the underlying business logic of the test and the graphic user interface (GUI). The JSystem structural design affords true scalability to the testing project: as the product evolves the user can build additional tests based on the original solution - without the need to rewrite tests: a mark of a truly sustainable testing project.
SonarQube -the open source quality platform- has become a must-have of any mature development projects. SonarQube is a code quality management platform, dedicated to continuously analyze and measure technical quality, from the projects portfolio to the class method. The SonarQube platform provides Continuous Inspection capability on applications portfolios to track quality defects and report them into customizable dashboards (technical debt, test coverage, duplications, architecture integrity, rule compliance, complexity, etc.). SonarQube performs analysis on billions lines of code.
TestMagicTM Suite is Software as a Service (SaaS) compliant, innovative, intelligent, multi-lingual and inexpensive Test Automation Enterprise Solution. TestMagic is capable of Automating User Interface (UI) and Non-UI-based applications such as complex Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) applications. The Unique Selling Point (USP) of TestMagic Suite is that the automation testing can be achieved by anyone, even if he or she has no background of computer programming languages.
Test-driven database development. Write readable, easy-to-maintain unit and integration tests for your database code. DBFit is a part of FitNesse, itself an implementation of the FIT acceptance testing framework. DBFit is directly targeted at database testing. Tests are written as wiki tables with a query or procedure execute followed by a listing of the expected results. It can handle direct SQL, stored procedures, or, with a bit of simple customization, custom procedures.
Last Release was on 2012.
This framework supports a wide variety of model-based GUI testing techniques. The innovation lies in the architecture of GUITAR, which uses plug-ins to support flexibility and extensibility. Software developers and quality assurance engineers may use this architecture to create new toolchains, new workflows based on the toolchains, and plug in a variety of measurement tools to conduct GUI testing.
More detail is presented in this publication:
GUITAR: An Innovative Tool for Automated Testing of GUI-driven Software.
Application Lifecycle Management and Project Management. An agile software testing and project management tool that makes it easy to manage the application lifecycle development and testing. SpiraTeam provides a complete Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solution that manages the requirements, tests, plans, tasks, bugs and issues in one environment, with complete traceability from inception to completion. With SpiraTeam, one can create and manage the initial high level scope of the project, the features, requirements and user stories. It also provides a complete set of software test management features so that once the requirements have been developed, the technical team can start developing a high level release schedule and the associated test plan.
Watir, pronounced water, is an open-source (BSD) family of Ruby libraries for automating web browsers. It allows to write tests that are easy to read and maintain. Watir drives browsers the same way people do. It clicks, links, fills in forms, presses buttons. Watir also checks results, such as whether expected text appears on the page. Watir is a family of Ruby libraries but it supports your app no matter what technology it is developed in. Whilst Watir supports only Internet Explorer on Windows, Watir-WebDriversupports Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera and also running in headless mode (HTMLUnit).
TESSY performs automated dynamic module/unit and integration testing of embedded software and determines the code coverage along the way. This kind of test is required for certifications according to standards such as DO-178B, IEC 61508 or ISO 26262.
The Classification Tree Editor (CTE) provides one method of systematically specifying test cases. This use of the Classification Tree Method is a unique feature of TESSY.
For programs written in the C programming language, a unit is a function in the sense of C. To start unit testing with TESSY, you simply browse for the C source module containing the function to test. TESSY parses this module and lists the C functions in it. You can select the function you want to test.
The unittest unit testing framework was originally inspired by JUnit and has a similar flavor as major unit testing frameworks in other languages. It supports test automation, sharing of setup and shutdown code for tests, aggregation of tests into collections, and independence of the tests from the reporting framework.
Unittest supports some important concepts in an object-oriented way:
The Visual Studio Unit Testing Framework describes Microsoft's suite of unit testing tools as integrated into some versions of Visual Studio 2005 and later. The unit testing framework is defined in Microsoft.VisualStudio.QualityTools.UnitTestFramework.dll. Unit tests created with the unit testing framework can be executed in Visual Studio or, using MSTest.exe, from a command line. Unit tests are used to exercise other source code by directly calling the methods of a class, passing appropriate parameters. Then, if you include Assert statements, they can test the values that are produced against expected values. Unit test methods reside in test classes, which are stored in source code files.
SIPp is a free Open Source test tool / traffic generator for the SIP protocol. It includes a few basic SipStone user agent scenarios (UAC and UAS) and establishes and releases multiple calls with the INVITE and BYE methods. It can also reads custom XML scenario files describing from very simple to complex call flows.
XMLUnit is an open source project licensed under the BSD license. It provides a small library of interrelated classes that simplify each of the different ways to test XML pieces that have been outlined in the previous section. Special APIs are provided to simplify writing unit tests with J/NUnit, but the library itself is fully usable without any testing framework at all. There is a Java and a .NET version of XMLUnit. XMLUnit’s APIs will accept “pieces of XML” as input using several different forms. In most cases they can be provided as InputStreams, Readers, Strings, InputSources or readily parsed DOM Document instances. XMLUnit also provides a Transform class that can be used to apply an XSLT transformation to an existing input.
Robolectric is designed to allow you to test Android applications on the JVM based on the JUnit 4 framework. Robolectric is a framework that allows you to write unit tests and run them on a desktop JVM while still using Android API. Robolectric mocks part of the Android framework contained in the android.jar file. Robolectric provides also implementations for the methods while the standard Android unit testing support throws exceptions for all Android methods.
This enables you to run your Android tests in your continuous integration environment without any additional setup.Robolectric supports resource handling, e.g., inflation of views. You can also use the findViewById() to search in a view.
Abbot helps to 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. Testing with Abbot consists of getting references to GUI components and either performing user actions on those components or making some assertions about their state. To facilitate this process, the framework provides ComponentReferences to get a handle on a GUI component (even when it may not yet exist), and extended Robot-like objects, which know how to perform user-level actions on various GUI components.
Postman is a powerful API testing suite which has become a must-have tool for many developers. Postman helps you be more efficient while working with APIs. Using Postman, you can construct complex HTTP requests quickly, organize them in collections and share them with your co-workers. Postman is now used by well over a million developers around the world, and this number is rapidly growing. With more products in the pipeline, we aim to provide the most comprehensive API development and testing solution to developers.
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