scuttle: testing

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  1. Free anding pages, up to 2.5k visits per month, or $15/month up to 25k visits. Looks basic but probably useful, and great for quick tests.
  2. VPN for $7/mth or $50/yr, includes access from 3 IPs simultaneously, plus SOCKS5 and other geek friendly shit. Great privacy policy, accepts bitcoin.
  3. Pretty slick looking deployment service. Automated or manual. Free for 1 repo, $15/month for 10 repos. Was dploy.io, now rebranded.
  4. Automatic code review, including security and style, linked to GitHub. Nice.
  5. Hosted CI service. Free for public projects, $25/mth for 5 private repos. Looks pretty smart.
  6. AWESOME! Well, as #awesome as windows / IE can get. Download virtualbox (or other) images of IE6-11 / Windows for testing. Licensed, legal, and everything!
  7. Really detailed tool that diagnoses in great detail each step of the DNS resolution process for a domain. Free and invaluable.
  8. Mobile performance testing platform from akamai based on the webpagetest.org infrastructure, free. Useful.
  9. Performance testing, monitoring, and some kind of fix-it service, mostly in private beta. Flashy, funky, cool, style design and chat with limited technical details.
  10. Absolutely awesome javascript editor based in the browser. Four panes to edit HTML, CSS and Javascript and then see the rendered result. Wicked crazy awesome, pastebin on bat shit crazy steroids!
  11. Very handy tool that allows one to preview a site as it might look in a variety of browsers on a variety of platforms. Clever.
  12. Link from Dafydd. Interesting business offering cost per acquisition based online marketing services. Worth pursuing at the relevant time.
  13. Web browser testing and automation framework / suite. Similar to selenium. Cross platform, cross browser. Hat tip sfllaw.
  14. Selenium is a test tool for web applications. Selenium tests run directly in a browser, just like real users do. It runs in Internet Explorer, Mozilla and Firefox on Windows, Linux, and Macintosh, Safari on the Mac.
  15. twill is a simple language that allows users to browse the Web from a command-line interface. With twill, you can navigate through Web sites that use forms, cookies, and most standard Web features.

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