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Pyccuracy is a Behavior-Driven Acceptance Testing framework. A typical Pyccuracy test would be something like: As a Google User I want to search Google So that I can test Pyccuracy Scenario 1 - Searching for Hello World Given I go to "http://www.google.com" When I fill ... [More]
Concordion is an open source framework for Java that lets you turn a plain English description of a requirement into an automated test.
SpecFlow aims at bridging the communication gap between domain experts and developers by binding business readable behavior specifications to the underlying implementation. Our mission is to provide a pragmatic and frictionless approach to Acceptance Test Driven Development and Behavior Driven ... [More]
Maven Plugin which directly launches Fitnesse server. Provides ability to launch FitNesse as a wiki server, or automatically run FitNesse tests as part of a standard integration-test / verify build. Allows configuration of FitNesse's classpath through plugin dependencies, and injects all Maven ... [More]
Adds features to Concordion, such as embedding screenshots or logging information in the output. Includes an example project that demonstrates the extensions using Concordion with Selenium 2 (WebDriver) for end-to-end browser testing.
PyConcordion is a Python port of Concordion. That is : Write your specification in HTML with Concordion instrumentation Write your fixture in Python just like you would write a fixture in Java Run your tests either individually or with the folder runner Look at the Concordion report Latest ... [More]
FitWeb is ...... a tool for writing executable web application tests in html. It combines two other widely-used tools, Fit and WebDriver. The tests you write look like this: browse google.com into The Google search box enter FitWeb click Google Search Button assert First ... [More]
SmART Framework provides an easy way to write your acceptance and regression tests by generating a suite of XHTML files that describes both your application and the tests to run over your application.