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Open Source Testing Tools


DevOps can be defined as the practice of efficient development, test, build and deployment of an application using the highest of all possible software’s available. Having said that, let us take a look at all open source DevOps testing tools available for consumption by Organizations with no further delay.

17) FitNesse

18) Gatling

19) Cucumber.js

20) Mocha

21) Jasmine

 

FitNesse: FitNesse is an open source DevOps testing tools. In DevOps FitNesse can be used for multiple purposes like automated testing tools or as a web server or as a wiki. It is specifically developed to support acceptance testing than rather just depending upon unit testing.

Gatling: Gatling is an open source load testing tool. It is basically designed to perform load tests and analyze, measure the performance of a variety of services.

Cucumber.js: Cucumber is another open source software testing tool that is based on Behavior Driven Development (BDD). You can write automated acceptance tests run in a BDD manner of testing. Cucumber can be introduced as a test framework that is written in plain English text.

Mocha: Mocha is an open source JavaScript test framework. Mocha hosted on GitHub and runs on Node.js and in the browser. It makes asynchronous testing simple and Mocha tests run serially, allowing for flexible and accurate reporting.

Jasmine: Jasmine is an open source JavaScript behavior-driven development testing framework. It runs on any JavaScript-enabled platform, it doesn’t need any DOM object and it has very easy-to-read syntax for creating test cases.

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