Automated Testing Framework
|Stable release||0.16 / July 10, 2012|
|Written in||POSIX shell, C, or C++|
|License||Free software (BSD)|
ATF or Automated Testing Framework is a testing framework originally created for NetBSD as a Google Summer of Code project in 2007. Automated Testing Framework is also used in many mobile phone companies to test latest applications or updated OS. ATF is a very useful tool which does many basic and time-consuming works such as clicking and switching applications repeatedly for developers. In addition, daily regression test will increase the chance to catch bugs before the release of new features.
A primary goal of the ATF project is that tests are self-contained and intended to be executed by end users periodically.
It is released under the two-clause BSD license.