Tools for functional and performance testing of Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) implemented in Java .
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A framework using simple XML-based scripts to launch a GUI, play back arbitrary user actions on it and examine its state. Includes a script editor which can record user actions. [Open Source, Common Public License]
Capture-and-Replay-Tool for Java applications and applets which can be used for GUI testing, with command line and GUI frontends. [Open Source, BSD]
Benchmark suite aimed at measuring and comparing performance of JFC/Swing and related APIs. Free download with full source code.
Enables developers to write unit test cases for Java Swing-based applications. It provides XML Recording and playback. This allows users to quickly and automatically generate/edit scripts to drive the testing. [Open Source, LGPL]
A GUI testing framework supporting applications developed using Java/Swing. The test scripts are composed of Python code. Marathon focuses on end-user testing. [Open Source, LGPL]
A utility for testing Java GUIs. It allows developers to dynamically load components, record scripts, and then use those scripts to construct JUnit tests. Requires Java 1.4. [Open source, LGPL]
A cross-platform tool for Java GUI test automation (Swing, SWT, Eclipse plugins and RCP applications, ULC, CaptainCasa, Java applets and Java WebStart). [Commercial]
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