PesterCat : Web Application Testing
PesterCat is a web testing tool that was designed to perform functional testing for web applications. PesterCat features an integrated proxy recorder that enables you to record scripts using your favorite web browser. A configurable replacement rules and filtering engine make it possible to insert parameters and filter out unwanted requests while recording.
PesterCat runs on Linux, Mac OSX, and Windows. It is a great tool to aid in website development and testing!
- Recording and playback of HTTP web requests.
- XML script format.
- Replacement rules and filters help record scripts.
- HTTP response validations using XPath and regular expressions.
- SQL based database validations using pluggable JDBC drivers.
- Use variables and variable setters to make scripts dynamic.
- Automate test scripts with Ant tasks for playback and HTML report generation.
- Upload results to PesterCat DataBox for online reports, searching, and archival of results over time.
- Click here to see full list of features.
PesterCat DataBox is a web application that serves as a central point to:
- Upload PesterCat script results
- View, categorize, and search PesterCat script results
- Receive email notifications when scripts pass and/or fail
See the ChangeLog for full details.
- 08-31-2010 : Update the PesterCat FireFox toolbar to support Firefox 3.6+.
- 11-09-2009 : PesterCat PesterCat 2.7.0 released. Adds a new preferences section for recording and playback settings.
- 03-30-2009 : PesterCat DataBox 1.0.0 and PesterCat 2.6.0 released with new support in the Ant Toolkit for uploading data to PesterCat DataBox via the new CommitTask.
- 09-30-2008 : PesterCat 2.5.2 released. Maintenance release to support Linux distros that deploy with Firefox 3.
- 01-02-2008 : PesterCat 2.5.1 released. Shell script launcher updates to support newer Linux distros. Playback monitor updates to better display linked script steps.
- 10-08-2007 : PesterCat 2.5.0 released. Drag and drop fixes for 64 bit Linux, multiline GET/POST parameter edits, and several other usability and performance fixes.