Nemo.js vs Rainforest QA: What are the differences?
Nemo.js: PayPal’s open source node.js automation framework. Nemo provides a simple way to add selenium automation to your NodeJS web projects. Provides plugin architecture to incorporate custom features to your tests; Rainforest QA: Front-end QA as a service. Rainforest gives you the reliability of a QA team and the speed of automation, without the hassle of managing a team or the pain of writing automated tests.
Nemo.js and Rainforest QA can be categorized as "Browser Testing" tools.
Some of the features offered by Nemo.js are:
- Nemo.js wraps around the ubiquitous Selenium WebDriver, and as such, allows control of virtually any browser on any operating system
- Built with a plugin architecture
- Easy interface for authoring new plugins that can then be shared with others
On the other hand, Rainforest QA provides the following key features:
- Infinitely Scalable, On-Demand QA Team
- Cross Browser Testing
- Regression, Functional, and Exploratory Testing
Nemo.js is an open source tool with 5 GitHub stars and 4 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Nemo.js's open source repository on GitHub.
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As a PM with a fair amount of testing experience I've been using Rainforest QA to build up a functional test suite for our web app. Writing tests is straightforward and it's nice to then get real humans executing the tests so that you can get readable feedback when something isn't working. I'd certainly recommend giving it a try to see if it might fit your workflow.