Let's get your start with assay-it.
These few simple steps explain how to run a first quality check.
assay-it is an open source command line utility.
The utility automates testing of loosely coupled topologies
such as serverless applications, microservices and other systems
that rely on interfaces, protocols and its behaviors.
It does the unit-like testing but in distributed environments.
Easiest way to install the latest version of utility using
brew tap assay-it/homebrew-tap
brew install -q assay-it
The utility uses testing suites to check correctness and makes the formal proof of software components quality in the distributed environments.
Testing suites are type safe and pure functional test specification of protocol endpoints exposed by software components. The command requires the suite development using Golang syntax implemented by ᵍ🆄🆁🅻 library but limited functionality is supported with Markdown documents.
Generate the example test suite:
See other example on GitHub
assay-it testspec > suite.go
Run the the quality assessment with
assay-it eval suite.go.
The utility automatically downloads imported modules, compiles suites
and outputs results into console.
assay-it eval suite.go
|-- PASS: main.TestHttpBinGet (325.187959ms)
Quality assurance of distributed applications is more complex than doing it for other one. Engineering teams spend twice as much time for maintaining testing environments and mocking cloud dependencies instead of building a loyal relationship with their customers, assay-it has you covered.See on GitHub