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  • Canoo WebTest - A open source tool for automated testing of web applications. It calls web pages and verifies the results, giving reports on success and failure. [BSD-like]
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  • Curl-loader - The C-written tool uses HTTP, FTP and TLS/SSL protocol stacks of libcurl and OpenSSL and simulates thousands of clients. Authentication-login, unlimited download urls and logoff are configurable. [Open source, GPL]
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  • E-ffective Testing for E-commerce - Article presented at the 1999 Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference.
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  • MaxQ - A Python based proxy for generating automated website tests, focussing on standard conformity and regression tests. [Open source, BSD license]
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  • Minimal Essential Testing Strategy (METS) - The site features a presentation of the quality assurance methodology, its application for Web site testing and template worksheets.
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  • philosophe.com - Essays on Web Site Quality - Essays on Web Site Quality, Design, and Usability
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  • Solex - Eclipse IDE plug-in designed to ensure the non-regression and stress testing of a Web application. [Open Source, Apache Software License]
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  • Web Test Tools - Listing of web test tools and management tools - link checking, html validation, load testing, security testing, java testing, publishing control, site mapping.
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  • Webcorder - Web testing tool aimed for end users, to record and play usage scenarios. Also testing resources and AS400 information. By Crimson Solutions. [Freeware]
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  • WET - An opensource web automation testing tool that drives an IE Browser directly. Automated testing is done equivalent to how a user would drive a web site.
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  • Yawet - A visual tool to create, run and debug functional and regression tests for web applications. [Freeware]
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