Tools, scripts, libraries and guides for your QA and DevOps tasks

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What is QA Tool Kit?

QA Tool Kit is a collection of libraries, tools, scripts and guides for your everyday Quality Assurance (QA) & DevOps tasks. Everything is published as an open source on Github and can be run on Windows, Linux and MacOS.

What’s in the box?

Currently we provide .NET Standard libraries that can be used in your projects or custom applications. More options for other languages like Python, GoLang might come in the future.

1. QAToolKit.Core

This is a core library, that contains shared and core code of the QA Tool Kit project.

Check out the source code and documentation here.

2. QAToolKit.Source.Swagger

Swagger is a popular OpenAPI specification that defines a standard interface for RESTful APIs. It’s a blueprint for humans and machines to explore and generate HTTP requests.

QAToolKit.Source.Swagger can produce a list to HTTP requests from Swagger files which can be used in other steps & processes like load tests, integration tests, etc.

The library is very flexible and allows for request filtering, whitelisting, data generation, URL and model data replacement and basic authentication. This way you can generate requests that can be used in load tests, integration tests, etc.

It supports OpenAPI standard v3.0.

Check out the source code and documentation here.

3. QAToolKit.Engine.Bombardier

Bombardier is a fast and easy to use load testing tool written in GoLang. The QA Tool Kit library generates load tests as Bombardier commands and also executes them. This way we provide an encapsulation and abstraction layer on top of Bombardier executable. And you guessed it, the output of QAToolKit.Source.Swagger can be used to generate the load tests.

Check out the source code and documentation here.

4. QAToolKit.Engine.HttpTester

The library is a thin wrapper around HttpClient and gives you a fluent API to interact with it.

Check out the source code and documentation here.

5. QAToolKit.Engine.Database

QAToolKit.Engine.Database is a .NET standard library, which can be used to do database fitness tests. For example, if you want to test that table is present in database, or certain number of records exist in specific table or if a record exists.

Currently supports only relational databases: SQLServer, MySQL and PostgreSQL.

Check out the source code and documentation here.

6. QAToolKit.Auth

QAToolKit.Auth is a library, that retrieves the JWT access tokens from different identity providers, which you can use to call your API endpoints.

Currently supports only those identity providers: Identity Server 4, Azure B2C, Keycloak.

Check out the source code and documentation here.

7. QAToolKit.Engine.Probes

QAToolKit.Engine.Probes library creates a network probes to test servers/services with protocols like HTTP, TCP, ICMP (Ping).

Check out the source code and documentation here.

The future is bright

We plan to release more libraries, scripts and guides so stay put and come back in coming months.

Enjoy! :)

Do you need help?

If you need help with setting up QA Tool Kit within your organization, or you need other of my services contact me through LinkedIn. I don’t bite! :)

I’ll setup other communication channels in the future.

All tools are released under MIT license.

QA Tool Kit is build on top of other frameworks, tools and libraries. We bow to those individuals and organizations to provide us with tools, without which this project would not be possible.

Copyright (c) 2020-2021 Miha Jakovac