Open source test automation tool that is simple and flexible to use, written in golang and completely hackable.

What is Gauge?

Gauge is created by ThoughtWorks. Gauge let you write tests in plain-speak and refactor fearlessly. Gauge’s pluggable architecture allows you to customize your environment so you can write tests in the language and IDE of your choice.

Gauge is a tool in the Mobile Test Automation category of a tech stack.

Gauge is an open source tool with 1.64K Github Stars and 222 Github Forks. Here’s a link to Gauge's open source repository on Github

Who Uses Gauge?

Gauge integrates with

IntelliJ IDEA, Visual Studio, Gradle, Eclipse, and Apache Maven are some of the popular tools that integrate with Gauge. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with Gauge.

Why people like Gauge

Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Gauge.

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Gauge's Features

  • Simple Syntax: Write test specifications in Markdown and generate readable documentation in the format of your choice.
  • Get Started Fast: Gauge is lightweight and easy to get started. Install and initialize with a single command.
  • Your Environment Your Tools: Automate in your favourite programming language and work in the IDE of your choice, across platforms. Gauge supports C#, Java, Ruby, IntelliJ and Visual Studio out-of-the-box.
  • Data Driven Execution: Easily test with large data sets, while keeping specifications highly readable. Gauge reads test data from text, CSV, and more.

Gauge's alternatives

  • BitBar - Test your mobile apps/games on hundreds of real Android and iOS devices
  • Xamarin Test Cloud - Automatically test your app on 1,000 devices in the cloud
  • AppThwack - Test your app on 100s of real Android and iOS devices in the cloud
  • Selendroid - Test automation for native or hybrid Android apps and the mobile web
  • Testmunk - Mobile Test Automation On A Large Pool Of Android And iOS Devices

See all alternatives to Gauge

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