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  • by garyaj (4773) on 2004.06.06 19:37 (#31328)
    Brian Ingerson's Test::FIT [] module has been my "most useful module" recently. The ability to provide a browser-based summary of test results has got my managers yelling for more. I've set up a cronjob which runs a large suite of tests of the company's website continuously (using WWW::Mech []) and the managers get a page of green squares if all is well or red or yellow squares if something breaks. They love it and thus keep paying me to add more tests. (Lots of pretty colours.) Quite coincidentally (:^) the tests are also useful for development and pre-production testing as you have discovered.