Gauge vs Testmunk: What are the differences?
Developers describe Gauge as "Open source test automation tool that is simple and flexible to use, written in golang and completely hackable". Gauge is created by ThoughtWorks. Gauge let you write tests in plain-speak and refactor fearlessly. Gauge’s pluggable architecture allows you to customize your environment so you can write tests in the language and IDE of your choice. On the other hand, Testmunk is detailed as "Mobile Test Automation On A Large Pool Of Android And iOS Devices". Test your app on a large pool of Android and iOS versions and devices. No need to constantly buy and upgrade your devices. Testmunk ensures complete device and OS coverage currently available on the market. Devices are non-jailbroken. We support native and hybrid apps.
Gauge and Testmunk can be primarily classified as "Mobile Test Automation" tools.
Some of the features offered by Gauge are:
- Simple Syntax: Write test specifications in Markdown and generate readable documentation in the format of your choice.
- Get Started Fast: Gauge is lightweight and easy to get started. Install and initialize with a single command.
- Your Environment Your Tools: Automate in your favourite programming language and work in the IDE of your choice, across platforms. Gauge supports C#, Java, Ruby, IntelliJ and Visual Studio out-of-the-box.
On the other hand, Testmunk provides the following key features:
- Test on real devices
- Find bugs and crashes
- Continuous Integration
Gauge is an open source tool with 1.77K GitHub stars and 224 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Gauge's open source repository on GitHub.