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Presentations : Open Source Database Testing Tools
on 2017/5/9 5:50:19 (907 reads)
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Database testing is one of the areas that might have the smaller number of open source tools. The programming languages have many xUnit tools and mocking frameworks, but this is not the case for databases. This article provides a list of open source tools that can be used to perform unit, load and security testing on several relational and NoSQL databases.

 

Explore the list of open source database testing tools on http://www.softwaretestingmagazine.com/tools/open-source-database-testing-tools/

Presentations : DbFit - Automated Open Source Database Testing
on 2017/5/9 5:46:03 (743 reads)
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DbFit is an open source tool for automated database testing. Gojko Adzic initially created this tool with the goal to enable efficient database testing – in order to motivate database developers to use an automated testing framework. DbFit is based on the FitNesse framework that enables defining tests in readable and easy to maintain tabular format. It supports many relational databases, including Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL and others.

 

 

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Presentations : Commercial and Open Source JMeter Plugins
on 2017/2/28 9:27:04 (1279 reads)
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The Apache JMeter is an open source load testing tool that can be used to test performance both on static and dynamic resources. It can be used to simulate a heavy load on a server and also some functional testing. JMeter has an open architecture that can be extended with plugins. The goal of the JMeter plugins is to extend its functionality with graphs, load delivery controllers and other function that are not present in the core features. This article presents a list of open source and commercial JMeter plugins.

 

Explore the list of open source and commercial JMeter plugins on http://www.softwaretestingmagazine.com/tools/jmeter-plugins/

Presentations : Turnip - Gherkin extension for RSpec
on 2017/2/23 8:15:52 (1645 reads)
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Turnip is an open source Ruby gem that provides a platform for acceptance tests by combining Gherkin, the language defined by the Cucumber Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) tool to express requirements, and RSpec, an open source BDD tool for Ruby programmers. Turnip aims to solve some of the issues faced when writing specifications with Cucumber. This presentation describes the basic use of Turnip and compares it with Cucumber. If you are interested in Turnip, please visit the official site to check out all its features.

 

Read the complete presentation of Turnip on http://www.methodsandtools.com/tools/turnip.php

Presentations : Watai - Integration Testing for Web Applications and Components
on 2017/2/14 9:01:33 (1444 reads)
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Watai (Web Application Testing Automation Infrastructure) is an open-source, declarative full-stack web testing framework. It is both a test runner engine and a set of architectural patterns that help front-end ops-conscious developers create maintainable and solid end-to-end tests. These tests are written as text files that simply describe the components of the application and how the user is expected to interact with them. Watai uses them to automate web application navigation through actual browsers, checking whether such interactions present the expected information to the end users along the way, including through asynchronous operations. This allows automating demonstration of features, detecting regressions when updating code and, since the same tests can be run in almost any browser, easily checking cross-browser functional support.

 

Read the complete presentation on  http://www.methodsandtools.com/tools/watai.php

Presentations : PhpDependencyAnalysis - Manage PHP Dependencies
on 2017/2/14 8:59:34 (839 reads)
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PhpDependencyAnalysis is an extendable open source static code analysis tool for object-oriented PHP projects. It builds a dependency graph for abstract datatypes (classes, interfaces and traits) based on their namespaces. Abstract datatypes are aggregatable to units on a higher level, like layers or packages. It detects cycle dependencies and verifies the graph against a custom architecture definition.

 

Read the complete presentation on  http://www.methodsandtools.com/tools/phpdependency.php

Presentations : agileMantis - Scrum Plugin for Mantis Bug Tracking Tool
on 2016/2/4 8:27:15 (2693 reads)
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Scrum is one of the most popular and ongoing models for Agile software development. agileMantis is an open source plugin that extends the open source bug tracking system MantisBT with Scrum. agileMantis is designed to bring all Scrum Artefacts and organizational topics to the users of MantisBT. MantisBT is a pure open source bug tracking tool. If a MantisBT user wants to switch to Scrum, the only thing to do is to plug in agileMantis. All existing MantisBT data can then be integrated in the Scrum process. The agileMantis plugin manages all Scrum information and MantisBT data sets are never altered.

 

Read the complete presentation on http://www.methodsandtools.com/tools/agilemantis.php

Presentations : ConQAT – The Continuous Quality Assessment Toolkit
on 2015/6/15 5:25:42 (2322 reads)

Continuous quality control counters this decay through an orchestrated application of constructive and analytic quality assurance techniques. The Continuous Quality Assessment Toolkit ConQAT provides the tool-support required enacting continuous quality control in practice. It supports the rapid design and configuration of quality dashboards that integrate diverse quality analysis methods and tools. The dashboards come with a set of interactive tools that support the in-depth inspection of identified quality defects and help to prevent the introduction of further deficiencies. To cope with the diversity of real-world software systems, ConQAT is not limited to the analysis of source code but takes into account various types of other development artifacts like models or textual specifications. Through its flexible architecture, ConQAT can be customized to address the quality requirements that are truly relevant for a software project. Thereby, it helps to successfully counter quality decay of software systems.

 

Read the complete Walkmod presentation on http://www.methodsandtools.com/tools/conqat.php

Presentations : Kanboard - Open Source Kanban Board
on 2015/4/22 1:00:00 (2720 reads)
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Kanban came out of lean manufacturing techniques made by Toyota that used it to manage their workloads. The same principle can be applied to software development by matching the amount of work in progress to the team's capacity. This method gives a visual workflow, clear focus and incremental changes over the time. Kanboard is a free and open source software that put in practice the Kanban method. You can use it to manage any activity of your company: Lean business management, software development, web-marketing operations, recruiting process, sales pipeline, etc.

 

Read the complete Walkmod presentation on http://www.methodsandtools.com/tools/kanboard.php

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Presentations : BDDfire: Instant Ruby Cucumber Framework
on 2015/4/22 0:51:40 (2293 reads)
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BDDfire is a Ruby library that creates skeleton for the ruby Cucumber Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) framework. Cucumber is very popular BDD framework. Cucumber can be more awesome if we use it with the right tools. BDDfire supports Selenium, PhantonJS, Appium, Saucelabs, Browserstack, Testingbot, Relish, Cuke_Sniffer and many more open source libraries. BDDfire aims to integrate all the friends of Cucumber and make the Cucumber framework stronger.

 

Read the complete Walkmod presentation on http://www.methodsandtools.com/tools/bddfire.php

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