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Web Testing Tools


Slim is a templating engine that uses JSP syntax. It includes tools for unit testing JSP pages without deploying to a container.



LoadSim is a web application load simulator. It allows you to create simulations and have those simulations run against your webserver.



Imprimatur is a web application testing tool. The tests are described in a simple XML file. Along with the standard GET and POST actions, Imprimatur handles HTTP sessions and file uploads. The responses can be validated using regular expressions and response code checks.



SlimDog offers a simple script based webapplication testing tool. It is based on httpunit. The tool offers a wide range of commands to work with forms, check the content of tables and navigation between HTML pages. Rather than writing long JUnit testcases or crucial XML files the users can write simple text scripts. Each line of the script file will contain one command which is a testnode. All commands inside one file will be processed as a testcase. The syntax of every command is simple and easy to learn. Several scripts can be combined to a testsuite. The results are written either to the console, a file or as a HTML page.



Sahi is an automation and testing tool for web applications, with the facility to record and playback scripts. Developed in java and javascript, this tool uses simple javascript to execute events on the browser. Features include, in-browser controls, text based scripts, ant support for playback of suites of tests, and multi threaded playback. It supports HTTP and HTTPS. Sahi runs as a proxy server and the browser needs to use the sahi server as its proxy. Sahi then injects javascript so that it can access elements in the webpage. This makes the tool independant of the website/ web application.



StoryTestIQ (a.k.a. 'STIQ') is a tool for creating "Executable Requirements" which have also been known as acceptance tests or functional tests. STIQ was developed based on two other open source acceptance testing tools, Selenium and FitNesse. This combination allowed STIQ to capture the web browser based testing facilities and elegant command language of Selenium along with the wiki-based editing and pluggable Fit fixture loading of FitNesse. When developing web applications it is helpful for the cross-functional team to have a definitive and executable view of the requirements for a specified iteration. STIQ may be used to record what the team's customer needs and get sign off before developing even a single line of code. Most of the test cases which are recorded will be failing. It is the responsibility of the team to implement the requirements in order to make the test cases pass. These practices are based in the tradition of Test-Driven Development. STIQ may also be used in traditional development teams to create acceptance and functional tests. They may be used to supplement the team's unit tests with a Test-Driven Development approach or even to automate existing manual test cases.



Latka is a functional (end-to-end) testing tool. It is implemented in Java, and uses an XML syntax to define a series of HTTP (or HTTPS) requests and a set of validations used to verify that the request was processed correctly.



Selenium is a test tool for web applications. Selenium tests run directly in a browser, just as real users do. And they run in Internet Explorer, Mozilla and Firefox on Windows, Linux, and Macintosh. No other test tool covers such a wide array of platforms.

 * Browser compatability testing. Test your application to see if it works correctly on different browsers and operating systems. The same script can run on any Selenium platform.
 * System functional testing. Create regression tests to verify application functionality and user acceptance.

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