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RSpec is a BDD tool and a framework which provides programmers with a Domain Specific Language to describe the behaviour of Ruby code with readable, executable examples that guide you in the design process and serve well as both documentation and tests.
Unit testing framework for .NET 2.0, built on the lessons learned from NUnit 2.x and other test frameworks. Written by Jim Newkirk and Brad Wilson.
Spock is a testing and specification framework for Java and Groovy developers. What makes it stand out from the crowd is its beautiful and highly expressive specification language. Thanks to its JUnit runner, Spock is compatible with most IDEs, build tools, and continuous integration servers. Spock ... [More]
PHPSpec is a Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD) framework written for PHP5. It's objective is to supply a domain specific language for specifying the behaviour of code in terms of executable examples which although similar to unit tests, encourages a mind set better suited to applying BDD or ... [More]
Write maintainable unit tests, faster. AutoFixture makes it easier for developers to do Test-Driven Development by automating non-relevant Test Fixture Setup, allowing the Test Developer to focus on the essentials of each test case.
PHPMock is a standalone Mock Object library for PHP suitable for creating and verifying Mock Objects and Stubs. It was founded to write an independent Mock Object framework independent of any Unit Testing or Behaviour-Driven Development framework.
Wetator is a tool for automatic Graphical User Interface (GUI) tests of web applications.It provides you with a simple command language for writing your tests, that maps the typical user actions (open-url, click-on, select, set...) and includes commands to check the page content (assert-content, assert-title...).
Trapeze generates a suite of unit tests or specifications for existing Ruby source code. This is accomplished through dynamic analysis, by reflecting on the public interfaces of classes, modules and top-level methods defined in the source. Trapeze then exercises each object, module and method ... [More]