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  • FitNesse is rated higher in 1 area: Likelihood to Recommend

Likelihood to Recommend

8.2

FitNesse

82%
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MOZARK

65%
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Likelihood to Recommend

Open Source

Useful and straightforward. Appian and other low-code BCM tools can be easily integrated. Writing a script for a test is similar to writing a script in English. So simple to use because it's a wrapper class for selenium. FitNesse is being implemented with the goal of doing it correctly the first time. As a result, migrations of both the client and the server are made easier.
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MOZARK Pte.

It is well suited for small-scale applications and freelance developers. It has in-built performance measuring criteria that give good insights about the application use. Overall it is good but it does need improvements in performance measuring metrics and more flexibility in reporting analytics for the application.
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Pros

Open Source

  • Easy to install.
  • Command language is easy to create custom scripts.
  • FitNesse tests are deterministic.
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MOZARK Pte.

  • Dashboard for application performance report and analysis
  • Support for integration with versioning tools like Git helps to quickly move the fixes and test the application in real-time
  • Realtime monitoring gives details about how the application will perform under different loads
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Cons

Open Source

  • Logging can help any debug or error issues.
  • A Java/Selenium developer is needed to maintain the FitNesse keyword library.
  • Content.txt and properties.txted need to be added to the test suite in older versions to make it visible in a test run.
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MOZARK Pte.

  • Documentation needs improvement
  • No 24/7 customer support
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Pricing Details

FitNesse

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    Offerings

    Free Trial
    Free/Freemium Version
    Premium Consulting/Integration Services

    Entry-level set up fee?

    No setup fee

    Additional Details

    MOZARK

    Starting Price

    Editions & Modules

    MOZARK editions and modules pricing
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    Footnotes

      Offerings

      Free Trial
      Free/Freemium Version
      Premium Consulting/Integration Services

      Entry-level set up fee?

      Required

      Additional Details

      Alternatives Considered

      Open Source

      The FitNesse testing automation framework is very simple to operate. It is simple to connect with the Jenkins and Bamboo environments. It is dependable, and it is simple and quick to include new tests. The process of debugging and fixing test failures is straightforward. FitNesse, including its installation, may be utilized with a minimum of fuss and difficulty. Maintaining scripts and monitoring their output is designed to be a relatively straightforward process.
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      MOZARK Pte.

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      Return on Investment

      Open Source

      • It does not necessitate any further setup or configuration.
      • FitNess is an easy-to-use manual QA tool with a comprehensive report that aids stakeholders in better understanding the tested applications.
      • Automated testing suites for a wide range of websites. In addition, it is quite beneficial for the ongoing maintenance of the test library.
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      MOZARK Pte.

      • Easy to use interface
      • Does not require in-depth training or knowledge to start and work with the tool
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