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The Grinder, a Java Load Testing Framework

Posted by lubosp on November 1, 2006

The Grinder, a Java Load Testing Framework

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Shootout: Load Runner vs The Grinder vs Apache JMeter

Posted by lubosp on November 1, 2006

The Black Anvil: Shootout: Load Runner vs The Grinder vs Apache JMeter

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Excelent web testing tool Selenium IDE

Posted by lubosp on February 7, 2006

Excelent web testing tool Selenium IDE http://www.openqa.org/selenium-ide/.
It is possible to develop JUnit tests in Selenium
http://www.openqa.org/selenium/driven.html,
but it is not straightforword as it is with JMeter which allows you to record tests (albeit more cumbersome them Selenium by using proxy), and execute test from Ant or from JMeter UI.
But JMeter does not have ability to debug the test scripts as Selenium has. I have heard about Selenium at NoFluffJustStuff
http://www.nofluffjuststuff.com/index.jsp conference I have attended in November.

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Assertion Extensions for JUnit

Posted by lubosp on March 11, 2005

Assertion Extensions for JUnit

JUnit lets you test software code units by making assertions that the intended requirements are met, but these assertions are limited to primitive operations. IBM Software Engineer Tony Morris fills the gap by introducing Assertion Extensions for JUnit, which provides a set of complex assertions that execute within the JUnit framework. Follow along as the author shows you how using this new package from alphaWorks can increase the reliability and robustness of your Java software.

[via IBM developerWorks Java technology zone]

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Test your tests with Jester A comprehensive unit-t…

Posted by lubosp on March 11, 2005

Test your tests with Jester

A comprehensive unit-test suite is a necessity for a robust program. But how can you be sure that your test suite is testing everything it should? Jester, Ivan Moore’s JUnit test tester, excels at finding test-suite problems and provides unique insights into the structure of a code base. Elliotte Rusty Harold introduces Jester and shows how to use it for best results.

[via IBM developerWorks Java technology zone]

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Mark Doliner has forked JCoverage to create Cobert…

Posted by lubosp on February 21, 2005

Mark Doliner has forked JCoverage to create Cobertura, a free-as-in-speech (GPL) code coverage tool for Java.

Mark Doliner has forked JCoverage to create Cobertura, a free-as-in-speech (GPL) code coverage tool for Java. I’m not sure this is so much of a fork as it is picking up an abandoned project and running with it. The sample output looks solid, not quite as polished as Clover’s output, but functional and readable. It is a little embarrassing just how little of Cobertura’s own code is covered by unit tests.

[via Cafe au Lait Java News and Resources]

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Jameleon – An Automated Testing Tool

Posted by lubosp on December 26, 2004

Jameleon – An Automated Testing Tool

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JCrawler :: A perfect load-testing tool

Posted by lubosp on December 13, 2004

JCrawler :: A perfect load-testing tool
This could be quite useful for InFact testing.

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TestNG – Powerful replacement for JUnit

Posted by lubosp on December 10, 2004

TestNG
This is a powerful replacement for JUnit, but how do you convert JUnit tests?

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