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FIT is a tool developed by Ward Cunningham that helps with the writing of automated acceptance tests. FIT uses JUnit, but extends the testing functionality. The test cases are displayed in HTML tables, which makes it easy for customers to write their own test cases. Behind the HTML table is a Java class called a fixture. The fixture takes the contents of the HTML table and runs the test cases on the project being tested. A fixture can extend ColumnFixture, RowFixture, or ActionFixture.

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Selenium and FitNesse Integration.

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FitNesse is a test framework that allows testers, developers and customers to collaborate to create test cases on a wiki. Teams can take examples of desired software behavior and turn them into automated tests, integrated with narrative requirements documentation. FitNesse runs its own wiki web server. It’s possible to test applications written in Java, .Net, Ruby, Python, C, and PHP using FitNesse.
My team has used FitNesse since 2004. This review is based on our experiences. I hope it will help you decide whether you’d like to try out FitNesse for your own test automation.

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