If I can make an observation - when you make these posts, you never really tell us why you want to know about the topics you mention.
It's really important to do so - "How do I use technology X to achieve aim Y?" is not a neutral question - because it has all sorts of assumptions baked into it.
As a case in point - JMeter and YourKit are not performance testing tools. They are very specific analysis tools which are occasionally used in performance analysis.
If you think performance testing == profiling, then you're doing it wrong. End of.
It's the equivalent of thinking that the only tool a trauma surgeon needs is an electron microscope, and it terms of what it can do to your application, it's just as dangerous.
On Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 10:45 AM, alexander sharma <[address removed]>
I wanted to do a survey on the types of tools people use to do testing.
I have looked into several tools now and came up with this list:
Behavior Driven Development: Cucumber, Capybara, Rspec, Rspec steps
Automation Web Testing: Waitr, Selenium Web Driver
Performance Testing: Jmeter, YourKit,
Continuous Integration: Bamboo Jenkins, Git (not sure how to configure it however)
Testing on the Cloud by running Amazon ec2 threads
TDD: Junit, Easymock, TestNG, Mockit
Please if you could add your experiences of testing tools and performance tools
Just out of interest does anyone also have experience with these technologies:
CruiseControl, CC.rb, Cruise/Go, CruiseControl.net, Hudson, Anthill Pro,
Twist, Cucumber, Jbehave, Fitnesse, Concordion, Rspec, Selenium,
Selenium-Remote Control, Selenium-IDE, Selenium Grid, Web Driver, Sahi,
Frankenstein, FIT, Watir, Capybara, SauceLabs, SilkTest, QTP, Mingle, Rally, Hudson, PivotalTracker
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