Ghost Inspector lets you create and manage UI tests that check specific functionality in your website or application. We execute these tests continuously from the cloud and alert you if anything breaks.
cuke_sniffer is a ruby library used to root out smells in your cukes. Tailored for identifying critical problems as well as general improvements to your project/features/scenarios/step definitions. Scoring is based on the number of 'smells' in a cucumber project, where smells are potential misuses or errors. Cuke_sniffer follows a 'golf score' type system where the lower the number, the better. 'Min' refers to the overall best score for a particular object and the 'Max' is the overall worst object score.
SubSpec allows developers to write declarative tests operating at all layers of abstraction consisting of highly composable, small primitive concepts. Based on the powerful xUnit testing framework, SubSpec is easy to integrate with existing testing environments.
Selendroid is a test automation framework which drives off the UI of Android native and hybrid applications (apps) and the mobile web. Tests are written using the Selenium 2 client API. Selendroid can be used on emulators and real devices and can be integrated as a node into the Selenium Grid for scaling and parallel testing
Spek is a specification framework for the JVM that allows you to easily define specifications and tests in a clear, understandable, human readable way. Spek is written in Kotlin and as such is 100% compatible with Java. You can write your specifications (notice we say specification, not test) in Kotlin and verify new or existing code written in Java or Kotlin.
Bug Magnet for Firefox is an open source Firefox extension that provides a convenient access to common problematic values and edge cases, so you can keep them handy and access them easily during exploratory testing sessions. Ported from an equivalent Chrome tool.
Jnario is a framework for writing executable specifications for Java. It provides all the goodness of Xtend while being specifically tailored to writing acceptance and unit tests. It is easy to integrate as Jnario specifications are compiled to plain Java Junit tests.
BDDfy is a simplest BDD framework for .NET. It can run with any testing framework. Actually you don't have to use a testing framework at all. You can just apply it on your POCO (test) classes! It does not need a separate test runner. You can use your runner of choice. For example, you can write your BDDfy tests using NUnit and run them using NUnit console or GUI runner, Resharper or TD.Net and regardless of the runner, you will get the same result.