Test suites support for standard Go1.7 "testing" by leveraging Subtests feature
Sweet is a pluggable test runner capable of hooking into standard Go tests.
A test suite for Buffalo applications
Tool to make running test suites easier, using docker-compose.
A toolkit with common assertions and mocks that plays nicely with the standard library
FLYR apitest tool. Use .json driven test suites to test your RESTFul API.
finance-mock is a mock HTTP server that generates API responses similar to actual remote sources. It can be used to make test suites faster and less brittle.
telnyx-mock is a mock HTTP server that responds like the real Telnyx API. It can be used to make test suites integrating with Telnyx faster and less brittle.
stripe-mock is a mock HTTP server that responds like the real Stripe API. It can be used instead of Stripe's testmode to make test suites integrating with Stripe faster and less brittle.
Test framework designed to be used as a base for more specialized test frameworks. For instance, GUI engine, performance/stress, or API testing. Being written in Go. the framework is very good at running suites and test cases with desired levels of concurrency, which might make it ideal for stress and performance testing. Has a logger, results reporter, and parameter passing built in and is easily extended and modified. A test case is a struct that inherits another struct, TestCase. TestCase is part of interface, iTestCase, that has methods the test can override: Init(), Setup(), Run(), and of course TearDown(). A test will at least have the Run() method in most cases. Have a look at: /examples/example1.go This will give a good idea of what the framework is all about