Spec Explorer: A Model-Based Testing tool

Posted by: Somasegars WebLog, on 27 Oct 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Thorough, consistent, and extensible testing of systems remains one of the biggest challenges in creating and maintaining software systems. The Spec Explorer tool released today on DevLabs tackles that problem using Model-Based Testing techniques.   What Is It? Spec Explorer, is a tool for modeling software behavior and generating test suites from those models.  Models can be viewed as graphical renderings to understand and analyze the expected system behavior and communicate it to...

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