GUIdancer and Jubula now integrate with ALM toolsThe free automated GUI test tools, GUIdancer and Jubula, now integrate with application lifecycle management (ALM) tools such as Jira and Bugzilla. In version 7.2, released on October 17th, test results can automatically be reported to external systems. This allows project members to view test results and their status directly from their ALM tool. The new versions can be downloaded from the BREDEX testing portal at http://testing.bredex.de.
“The new options for reporting test results to ALM tools provide better integration between automated tests and the development process as a whole,” said Achim Lörke, Project Lead. “Previous versions of GUIdancer and Jubula already offered various options to analyze test results and provide long- and short-term quality reports, but these were firmly anchored within the tool. Now test results can easily and quickly be made transparent for the whole team – and their effect on issue or release status can be tracked more comfortably.”
In version 7.2, testers can link an external ALM system to their project and then link individual test cases or test suites to tasks or tickets. Once a test has run, the test results are added to the relevant task. As well as seeing the test status, project members can also open the full test result report in a web dashboard. The integration between ALM systems and the GUIdancer and Jubula clients is made possible with to the Eclipse Mylyn project and Tasktop Dev, which provide connectors for various application lifecycle management tools.
“This is just the first step in a wider integration with ALM tools,” continued Achim. “We are looking forward to the feedback from the community and to further developments in this area.”
GUIdancer and Jubula are professionally developed standalone GUI test tools that BREDEX GmbH offers at no cost. They are based on the open source Eclipse Jubula Project, and provide cross-platform testing for Swing, SWT/RCP/GEF, HTML, .NET and iOS applications. Tests are code-free, suitable for agile processes such as acceptance-test-driven-development and follow best practices known from software engineering to ensure that the automated testing effort is efficient and economical.
The software can be downloaded from the BREDEX testing portal at http://testing.bredex.de.
Since 1987, BREDEX GmbH has been providing high quality information technology services in the areas of consultancy, analysis and design, software development, quality assurance and training. Based in Braunschweig, the company has a history of long term customer satisfaction and a focus on forward thinking, developing individual solutions that bring future standards to current project needs. BREDEX is a strategic member of the Eclipse Foundation and is the company behind the Eclipse Jubula Project, a powerful and cost effective automated test tool. BREDEX also offers Jubula and its counterpart GUIdancer as standalone versions.
For more information: www.bredexsw.com.
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