Friday, November 11, 2005

WebTst 0.9.3 has been released!

I finally got around churning out another release of WebTst. For this version I had some pretty important feedback to work from and was able to address some major issues in the code. WebTst 0.9.3 is now more robust than ever.

This has been my "night" project for the last month or so...I am really happy to be able to report that it has now been released. Meanwhile I still continue to use it avidly at work and at home.

WebTst is a web testing infrastructure that aims at making and maintaining system integration tests as simple as possible. It provides web interfaces for test capturing making creating tests literally as easy as browsing the web (it implements an http/https proxy for those curious), web interfaces for maintaning and enhancing capturing tests, graphical analysis tools and test suites maintenance capabilities. With it you can do monitoring, smoke, regression tests.

It has been hosted at SourceForge for quite sometime and you can check it out at http://sourceforge.net/projects/webtst/

3 comments:

Marcelino said...

Cool!

Teresa said...

This is really powerfull and good. Highly recommended.
Good work.

jalrnc said...

Yessssss!!!