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rigor 0.1.9


Latest Version: 0.4.3

  • Functional API Testing Framework
  • Built with Python 3.6
  • Multiple Purposes: Document API, Test API, Smoke/Functional/TDD, etc.
  • Asynchronous (ayncio) collection (aiofiles) and execution (aiohttp)
  • Cucumber-inspired Given/When/Then approach to test cases.
  • Different from Cucumber because it is imperative. Tied explicitly to the API not the user stories.
  • Declarative syntax using YAML test case descriptions
  • Uses Jmespath for data extraction and less-brittle validation
  • status expects a 2XX by default, but can be overridden in step request.
  • rigor descends directories using file prefix and extensions (default yml and yaml).
  • tags can be included (e.g. smoke) or excluded (e.g. broken).
  • Asynchronous mode can be disabled by specifying concurrency=1
  • Namespace __uuid__ for uniquely naming things in case of concurrency.
  • Rendering using [mako:]
  • Command-line with [click:]


`bash $ pip install rigor $ cd /path/to/directory/containing/tree/of/rigor/yamls/ $ rigor `

HTML Reporting

Rigor returns a response that is cucumber formatted, and supports a

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rigor-0.1.9-py2.py3-none-any.whl (md5) Python Wheel py2.py3 2017-09-13 8MB
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