Monkey Test It
Por Monkey Test It
¿Quién utiliza este software?
Digital Agencies Corporations Startups e-commerce
Valoración media9 reseñas
- En general 5 / 5
- Facilidad de uso 5 / 5
- Atención al cliente 5 / 5
- Funciones 4.5 / 5
- Relación calidad-precio 5 / 5
Detalles del producto
- Precio de partida $9/mes
- Versión gratuita Sí
- Prueba gratis Sí
En la nube, SaaS, web
Datos del proveedor
- Monkey Test It
- Fundada en 2016
Sobre Monkey Test It
Free automated website testing and checking without the technical mumbo jumbo. Seamlessly integrates with existing systems like Slack, Jenkins and more!
Las reseñas más útiles de Monkey Test It
Revisado el 29/10/2018
Great little piece of software that I couldn't do without
Comentarios: It's a safeguard. We are currently pushing code changes and having that extra check on top of our unit and integration tests is a must. Also, if you are using external libraries and services, like Intercom, for example, it will notify me if it fails to load, as it will pick it up in the console. Overall a great tool that I could not do without now!
Puntos a favor: What I like the most about Monkey Test It is how easy to setup and use it is. In just a few clicks I was able to setup testing for multiple pages. I also liked that I was able to schedule tests at a certain time every day and configure them to show me exactly what I would want to be notified about (for example, while the SEO bits are useful, for me it's all about JS errors, etc). I also like the fact that you can integrate it with the CI system (more for devs!) but non-technical people can also use it without problems. The Slack integration to trigger tests is also great!
Contras: Overall it's very good and useful, but I would love it even more if I could schedule a test by providing the entry point to a sitemap and then the system could take it from there.
Revisado el 24/10/2018
Stick it in your CI pipeline and smoke it
Comentarios: In general, it's a set-and-forget. The benefit comes from the peace of mind of speedy development combined with being sure that you're not releasing broken web pages.
Puntos a favor: MonkeyTestIt can be integrated really easily into a CI/CD pipeline (I used Jenkins and later GitLab). It's easy to configure options, integrate it, then maximize time doing real work, safe in the knowledge that it'll let you know when you break something.
Contras: Sometimes it was slow or timed out. Customer support said this was due to one customer sending a zillion requests in a short time. So it could do with some more backend power, but I guess speccing backend power based on peak usage isn't economical.