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Random Test

AN IDEA

Do you want your application to work fast, have no bugs and be no
resource hog for your environment? Sure, everyone wants. You are
testing it thoroughly since the very beginning to achieve that.

But: manual integration tests are expensive, unit developers tests are
hard to implement properly and your latest click’n'play tool requires
more and more maintenance effort for failing test cases along
development?

What if we forget for a moment about scripting your UI by static
scripts and replace it with totally random input? You will get for
free coverage in almost whole application. “Wait” – you will say -
“but there’s no way to check results as the input is random, isn’t
there?”.

Sure, here Design By Contract + Continuous Integration comes to play.
You embed in your system assertions in any portion of code. Failed
assertions do not crash application, but are reported immediately to
central server and aggregated into reports every day. Crashes,
warnings, errors are reported, too.  Then you can measure quality of
your system-under-test by observing changes in number of errors, day
by day. No scripting required to cover any new line of code! It will
be tested automatically!

LICENSE

It's LGPLv3 source code license - you can embed RandomTest probes with
your proprietary software with no restrictions. If you modify
RandomTest source code directly you have to publish your changes.

Of course you may use RandomTest freely to increase your codebase
quality. Extend/change it as you wish.

Other licensing options: please, contact me for details:
randomtest at aplikacja.info.

Dariusz Cieslak, randomtest.net