Top 20 NuGet integration-testing Packages

Modern and flexible load testing framework for Pull and Push scenarios, designed to test any system regardless a protocol (HTTP/WebSockets/AMQP etc) or a semantic model (Pull/Push).
NBomber plugin to defining HTTP scenarios.
NBomber sink that writes statistics to InfluxDB.
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Provides some additional xunit abstractions to make integration tests easier.
Utility classes and extensions to facilitate common testing when using ServiceStack versions 3.9.*.
The library implements recorder and player of HTTP requests. When recording, a request to a remote service and its live response are serialized to JSON and saved to a file (cassette), so that next time the same request is made through the player it can be served with the previously recorded response...
Very simple load testing framework for Request-response and Pub/Sub scenarios. It's 100% written in F# and targeting .NET Core and full .NET Framework.
ULinq is a .NET standard library that converts MVC/WebAPI controller actions into URLs. It is particularly useful for integration testing.
ULinq is a .NET standard library that converts MVC/WebAPI controller actions into URLs. It is particularly useful for integration testing.
Very simple load testing framework for Request-response and Pub/Sub scenarios. It's 100% written in F# and targeting .NET Core and full .NET Framework.
Integration tests are tests when sometime you need to wait some event. Sometime you need to wait alot. For example selenium tests mainly consists of waiting. Scalatest eventually is the most useful library it that case and the porpose of this project is to port is to dotnet.
Helper classes for developing .NET Core applications - Testing
.NET library for integration tests development with help of Docker Compose
Light and flexible load test tool for APIs. Provides detailed results per request and log features. 100% .Net Core (>= 3.1) and no dependencies.