Analysis tools for scale test data generated by The Grinder.
Classycle tools analyse static class and package dependencies of Java applications or libraries. Main features: Cyclic dependency detection (beyond JDepend), XML report, checking layered architectures. The tools runs from command line and as Ant tasks.
Jenkins plugin / tool for generating test history reports
UnitTH is a tool/Jenkins plugin for generating a test history overview for the purpose of identifying problematic and unstable test cases. The Jenkins plugin version generates a spread/matrix from the test cases that have failed in the Jenkins job history to give an overview of sporadic failures. Using the stand alone tool a set of HTML test history pages will be generated from JUnit test results. The test history displays various different sortable test statistics, trends, graphs and references to the included JUnit test reports.
Beet adds user behavior and performance tracking to a Spring-based Java app. HTTP requests, method calls, and SQL statements are tracked and associated to user and session. includes XML, binary XML, and JDBC loggers. See http://beet.sourceforge.net.
Dresden OCLallows to query arbitrary EMF-based models. It provides an advanced OCL2 Editor, a Parser, an Interpreter, and a Codegenerator for Java and SQL. WE MOVED TO GITHUB. PLEASE VISIT https://github.com/dresden-ocl/dresdenocl
This profiler (JRE 1.5.0 only) uses JVMTI and native bytecode instrumentation for the analysis of the heap, reachable objects, execution time, garbage collection efficiency, code coverage and thread contention. No preparation steps required in build.
Selenium Hybrid Automation Framework with BDD tool Cucumber
Mastek has successfully developed a highly configurable Hybrid Automation framework: “Swift” using Selenium tool that offers quick turnaround for Automation Suite Implementation with support of Keyword & Data Driven framework approach. The Automation regression suite can be created or modified using tester friendly keywords for modules, screens, and verifications, thereby ensuring a more effective and efficient Test automation process and better ROI through the complete application life cycle. Swift is also integrated with Behaviour driven developement ( BDD ) tool Cucumber.
IdMUnit is an xUnit automated testing framework for Identity Management solutions.
Software Monitoring Framework
Kieker is a framework for continuous monitoring and dynamic analysis of distributed software systems. Being designed for continuous operation, it induces only a low overhead. The TraceAnalysis tool allows to analyze and visualize trace information.
Requel is a Web-based requirements management system that supports collaboration among all stakeholders and provides automated assistance to validate requirements and suggest improvements. It supports requirements as goals, stories, and use-cases.
Bromine is an open source QA tool that uses selenium RC as its testing engine. It provides project management, OS/browser specification, test-case creation as well as user management. Check out our screencasts
An eclipse plugin for code coverage visualization of JUnit Tests. Especially useful for test-first development. Supported coverages include block coverage and all-uses coverage (Data Flow Analysis).
Null dereference verifier for Java Programs
NPEDetector is a tool for statically detecting the dereferences in Java programs that are safe and those that could potentially result in NullPointerException. Designed to be a sound verifier, NPEDetector guarantees the safety of proven dereferences but could imprecisely flag safe dereferences as faulty. NPEDetector is built using WALA, Watson Libraries For Analysis.
This project provides a distributed testing environment that extends JUnit. Giving the developer/tester an ability to run remote JUnits and create complex test suites that are composed of several remote JUnit tests running in parallel or serially.
SDD: Duplicated code detection tool
Design by Contract with seamless integration into the Spring Framework, based on Annotations, AOP and a pluggable Specification Language (supports Expression Language (EL) with Extensions, Groovy, OGNL out of the box).
A very Flexible and Plugin-able Test Automation Engine. It fully supports the Standardized Test Tool Interfaces as described in http://www.testtoolinterfaces.com/
This library has a package of useful methods to help the development of automated tests for Java applications.
Java-based analysis tool for Java, C++ or C# projects. Calculates metrics described by authors like Robert C. Martin, Craig Larman and John Lakos. Analyzes dependencies and detects cycles. Verifies the logical architecture against the physical implementa
ant-tibco project provides an ant extension to support Tibco BusinessWorks deployment automation. This library encapsulates BuildEar and AppManage tool provided into Tibco TRA. It allows you to automate your deployment using the defacto standard tool ant
CAP (code analysis plugin) is an eclipse plugin (written in Java) that analysis your java project. It checks dependencies between the classes and packages and gives you a hint about the architecture, reusability and maintainability. ("JDepend 2")
SISSy detects problem patterns OO source code
SISSy is a platform for problem pattern identification in OO source code written in Java, C++ or Delphi. Problem patterns include the well-known bad smells as well as typical violations of good OO design principles and heuristics.
Benchmark code quality and measure Technical Debt of projects in Sonar
Scertify™ Refactoring Assessment is an open source component dedicated to development & QA teams that provides exclusive benchmark data on Software Quality. It automatically detects the portions of an application that can be refactored, gives valuable information on refactoring strategies, and costs. Though IT departments have matured these last 10 years and have now no doubt on the benefits of a continuous control of code quality, three major concerns were still remaining, without any tools able to effectively addressing these needs: * How to understand quality indicators, and how to compare them with the state of the art? * How to measure and manage the gap between the absolute quality level of a software, and a reasonable (reachable) target of quality? * What are the shortest and safe ways to achieve your quality goals?
Xuse manages requirements, use cases & other artefacts that drive software design. Xuse focuses on clear documentation & communication. It defines an XML data model for requirements & use cases with XSLT providing multiple derived views: HTML/SVG/PDF. Note there is no GUI for entering requirements, however another project (https://sourceforge.net/projects/xguse/) will provide a GUI.
ASLA (Automated software license analyzer) is a tool for finding and identifying licenses of existing software packages.