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Pyccuracy

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  Analyzed 10 months ago

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 "q" textbox ... [More] with "Hello World" And I click "btnG" button Then I see "Hello World - Google Search" title [Less]

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about 3 years since last commit

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Robot Framework

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

Robot Framework is a generic keyword-driven test automation framework for acceptance level testing and acceptance test-driven development (ATDD). It has an easy-to-use tabular syntax for creating test cases and its testing capabilities can be extended by test libraries implemented either with Python ... [More] or Java. Robot Framework is open source software released under Apache License 2.0. Its copyrights are owned and development supported by Nokia Siemens Networks. [Less]

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3 months since last commit

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SST - Web Automation Framework

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  Analyzed 7 months ago

SST (selenium-simple-test) is a framework built on top of Selenium WebDriver, using Python to make writing functional web tests easier with code.

5.73K lines of code

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about 2 years since last commit

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FITpro - Acceptance Test Solutions

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

FITpro is built upon the Framework for Integrated Test (Fit). It provides integration with Eclipse and MS VS, and web UI. FITpro advanced features include code generation, suite support, and test to fixture links. See project's Wiki for more informatio

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awesome-acceptance-testing

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Awesome makes writing customer acceptance tests easy. The tests are written in an extended xhtml.

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over 8 years since last commit

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experior

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

ExperiorCreate tests the way you already know, only better Experior experiri, expertus: to try, test, experience, prove. is an editor for FitNesse with richer features than the one already integrated in the FitNesse web interface. Please visit the site's wiki to learn more about Experior.

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about 7 years since last commit

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rfdoc

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

RFDoc is a web based system for storing and searching Robot Framework test library and resource file documentations. It is implemented using Django web framework and intended to work later also on Google App Engine. RFDoc is implemented using Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATTD) approach with ... [More] Robot Framework naturally as the acceptance testing framework. In this process requirement act also as test cases, and the requirements of RFDoc are visible on ExecutableRequirements wiki page. The lower level test tools that are used include Selenium that is used via SeleniumLibrary. RFDoc will be used as an example system under test in XP 2009 workshop Executable Requirements in Practice. News 2009-06-03 RFDoc 0.2 version with search functionality is available. Check out the screenshots also! 2009-05-08 RFDoc 0.1 version is available and the deployment guide written [Less]

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about 3 years since last commit

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testifywizard

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Built upon a ‘best of breed’ open-source tool stack (including J/NUnit, FIT, Fitnesse and Selenium), the Testify wizard allows you to create a new project complete with file structure, skeleton code, running unit tests, acceptance tests, code coverage measures and automated one-button build-and-test ... [More] process. All it requires is a project name, and the rest is handled by Testify. Testify creates a running, fully portable, stand-alone project. It can also be easily integrated into source-code control systems and continuous integration environments. The core Testify generation engine and the original Visual Studio 2005 solution template are based heavily on TreeSurgeon which was originally developed by Mike Roberts and Bil Simser. TreeSurgeon is maintained at http://www.codeplex.com/treesurgeon The Testify presentation slides from Agile Testing Days are in the docs folder Now features BDD type stories with easyb or FitNesse Can now run FitNesse from Ant build (try "go accept") [Less]

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about 6 years since last commit

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robotframework-tools

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  Analyzed 7 months ago

Python Tools for Robot Framework and Test Libraries.

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robotframework-javatools

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Java Tools For Robot FrameworkA set of tools for extending Robot Framework with Java. Currently available extensions: JavalibCore - Common core for all Java Robot libraries JvmConnector - Enables testing over RMI HudsonPlugin - Robot Framework plugin for Hudson CI server News2009-02-19: ... [More] JvmConnector 1.0.1 released 2009-02-16: JvmConnector 1.0 released 2010-01-05: First prototype of the HudsonPlugin available. 2009-09-09: JvmConnector 0.9.1 released 2009-07-08: JvmConnector 0.9 released 2009-05-05: JvmConnector 0.8 released 2009-03-08: Javalib-Core 0.8.1 released 2009-03-08: JvmConnector 0.7.3 released 2009-02-24: JvmConnector 0.7.2 released 2009-02-23: Javalib-Core 0.8 released 2009-02-16: Jvmconnector 0.7.1 is released 2009-02-15: Jvmconnector 0.7 is released 2008-12-19: Jvmconnector 0.6 is released 2008-11-03: First open source version of Jvmconnector is released 2008-11-03: Javalib-Core 0.7.2 released 2008-10-21: Javalib-Core 0.7.1 released [Less]

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