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Welcome to GoConvey, a yummy Go testing tool for gophers. Works with go test. Use it in the terminal or browser according to your viewing pleasure. GoConvey supports Go's native testing package. Neither the web UI nor the DSL are required; you can use either one independently. Readable, colorized console output (understandable by any manager, IT or not). As long as GoConvey is running, test results will automatically update in your browser window. The design is responsive, so you can squish the browser real tight if you need to put it beside your code. The web UI supports traditional Go tests, so use it even if you're not using GoConvey tests. Since GoConvey integrates with go test, you can keep running tests in the terminal or use the auto-updating web UI for test results. Though writing tests with Convey() and So() is optional, it's more expressive than t.Errorf().
- Directly integrates with go test
- Fully-automatic web UI (works with native Go tests, too)
- Huge suite of regression tests
- Shows test coverage (Go 1.2+)
- Test code generator
- Desktop notifications (optional)
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