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MailHog - Web and API based SMTP testing

  •    Go

MailHog is an email testing tool for developers. Configure your application to use MailHog for SMTP delivery, View messages in the web UI, or retrieve them with the JSON API, Optionally release messages to real SMTP servers for delivery. Inspired by MailCatcher, easier to install.Built with Go - MailHog runs without installation on multiple platforms.

Vegeta - HTTP load testing tool and library.

  •    Go

Vegeta is a versatile HTTP load testing tool built out of a need to drill HTTP services with a constant request rate. It can be used both as a command line utility and a library.Get them here.

Ginkgo - BDD Testing Framework for Go

  •    Go

Ginkgo is a BDD-style Go testing framework built to help you efficiently write expressive and comprehensive tests. It is best paired with the Gomega matcher library but is designed to be matcher-agnostic.

agouti - A WebDriver client and acceptance testing library for Go

  •    Go

Agouti is a library for writing browser-based acceptance tests in Google Go. It provides Gomega matchers and plays nicely with Ginkgo or Spec. See agouti.org and the GoDoc for documentation. Have questions? Check out the Agouti mailing list or the #agouti IRC channel on Freenode.




porcupine - A fast linearizability checker written in Go 🔎

  •    Go

Porcupine is a fast linearizability checker for testing the correctness of distributed systems. It takes a sequential specification as executable Go code, along with a concurrent history, and it determines whether the history is linearizable with respect to the sequential specification.Porcupine implements the algorithm described in Faster linearizability checking via P-compositionality, an optimization of the algorithm described in Testing for Linearizability.

PixelTest - Fast, modern, simple iOS snapshot testing written purely in Swift.

  •    Swift

PixelTest is a modern, Swift-first snapshot testing tool. Snapshot testing compares one of your views rendered into an image, to a previously recorded image, allowing for 0% difference or the test will fail.