Looking for a comprehensive test management system that can help you automate your testing process and increase productivity? Look no further than Kiwi TCMS! Kiwi TCMS is the leading open-source test management system and allows you to see pending work, execute tests, mark results, and report bugs. Additionally, plugins let you collect automation results for popular testing frameworks.
With Kiwi TCMS, you can create test plans and cases, track progress and assign work across multiple teams. Plus, with instant insight into your testing process, you'll be able to make better decisions about when to release your product!
Kiwi TCMS is an open-source test management system that was designed to be easy to use and straightforward. The platform provides a web interface for managing test cases, plans, and runs. In addition, the system has plugins for popular testing frameworks such as JUnit and TestNG. The platform also has a REST API which makes it easy to integrate with other tools in your development process - even custom tools you have created.
Kiwi TCMS can improve your development process in multiple ways. It provides an easy-to-use web interface for managing test cases, plans, and runs. This means that you can access it from anywhere, whether you are at your development computer or not. Management can see reports from wherever they are, and developers can see that their code is working to plan.
Kiwi TCMS plugins make it easy to collect automation results for popular testing frameworks such as JUnit and TestNG. The platform's REST API makes it easy to integrate with other tools in your development process. If you have internal corporate tools, including reporting tools, you can develop your own plugins and API interfaces to extend the functionality into your existing workflow.
Kiwi TCMS can be deployed in a number of ways. It is written in Python and can be run on any platform that supports Python. The development and management team provides pre-built virtual machines for those who want to use the system in the cloud. Additionally, the test suite can be deployed using Docker containers.
Because the system is open source, there is no cost to use Kiwi TCMS. You can find the code on GitHub. If you are looking for assistance in setting up the system, or you don't want to self-host, you can sign up for support and hosting plans instead.
If you want to contribute to the project, you can do so through GitHub as well. The development team welcomes contributions and is always looking for ways to improve the system.
Kiwi TCMS is available right now in free and paid versions. To learn more about the system, try out the full demo, or begin your journey, head over to the company's website or GitHub.
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