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New Releases of Sugar Test Tools for Sugar 7.7

by Sarah Friedlander Garcia on May 16, 2016

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To coincide with the release of Sugar 7.7, the SugarCRM Engineering team has released updated versions of Unit Tests and Performance tools.

Requesting access to Sugar Test Tools

Sugar Test Tools are in private Github repositories within the SugarCRM Github organization. Requesting to have your Github account added to the SugarCRM Github organization is easy, just fill out this form. Visit the Developer Tools section of this site to learn more.

Sugar 7.7 Unit Tests

The Sugar 7.7 Unit Test framework is now available in the Sugar Unit Test repository. This package includes all the test suites and unit test framework used to develop Sugar 7.7.

The Sugar 7.7 unit tests are in the 7_7_0 branch of the Unit Tests repository.

Sugar Load Testing Framework v2.5

The v2.5 release includes several new feature enhancements and support for load testing Sugar 7.7. Some of the new features include the ability to adjust the rate that Create/Delete actions are run during a performance test as well as support for new APIs in Sugar 7.7 release.

The back-end load testing framework is in the backend-side branch of the Performance repository.

Sugar Client-Side Performance Testing framework

This is an all new release! The Performance team has created a framework for front-end (JavaScript) performance testing based on Cucumber.JS. This framework can be used to automated your front-end performance tests to ensure that JavaScript performance and responsiveness does not degrade over time.

This client-side framework is in the client-side branch of the Performance repository.

Come to UnCon to learn more!

Learn how to use these tools from the Sugar Engineering team themselves at the UnCon at SugarCon on June 14th and 15th in San Francisco!

Join Yvan and Robert to learn more about writing Sugar unit tests and Alesia and Igor to learn more about Using Sugar Tools for Performance.

This content originally appeared on the SugarCRM Developer Blog and was authored by Matthew Marum.