Open Automation Source Integrated Suite or (OASIS) is an open source plugin for FitNesse that enables the user to perform thick, thin, mobile, and load testing using open source technologies including: Selenium, Sikuli, JMeter, and Synthuse.
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OASIS
(Open Automated Source Integrated Suite)

OASIS is an open source, Java based, and platform independent FitNesse plugin that allows testers and developers the ability to automate tests using a variety of different tools quickly and with ease. Built around the Xebium framework, OASIS seeks to increase the capabilities of testing by adding in thick client and load testing support.

Using the various tools built into the framework, a user can quickly construct an automated test without much training and with no coding background necessary. The ultimate goal of OASIS is to increase collaboration between testing and development, while also preserving the relevancy of a test case to business owners, product owners, and other analysts in an agile environment.

OASIS pulls from the open source tools:

-Sikuli
-Synthuse
-Xebium (FitNesse + Selenium)
-JMeter

For examples of how to use OASIS, please visit the wiki page Youtube videos.  Users must have internet access to download dependencies for use with the "ant-run.bat" file.

Please perform the following steps on initial clones, then step 2 can be used only:
1. To make custom updates to the testing fixtures, please use the "ant-run.bat" file to recompile the Java source classes.  
2. To start using OASIS without compiling, use the "run.bat" file.