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ThoughtWorks Introduces Twist functional test tool for Java developers

09.30.2008
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ThoughtWorks released a "beta" of Twist, a new commercial functional testing platform for software teams. Twist features a design environment using an English-like syntax for test creation. It looks like the underlying technology has its roots in Selenium with a nice graphical interface layered on-top. Twist is built with Java technology. It is appropriate for Web application testing and Java application testing. ThoughtWorks' marketing for Twist puts the emphasis on test maintenance and reusability.

 

 

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Steven Baker replied on Wed, 2008/10/01 - 12:09am

meeh, thoughtworks sux

Konstantin Scheglov replied on Wed, 2008/10/01 - 6:55am

Hm... Where are videos on http://studios.thoughtworks.com/twist-agile-test-automation/quick-tour-and-videos ? I don't mean "request a demo", I mean something what I can look if I just interesting. Data sheet is just advertisement, but I want to see how it works without learning how to download/install/use it first.

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