Hey guys, just released latest version 2.4 of our free Open Source Test Automation Framework called RedwoodHQ: RedwoodHQ | Open Source Automation Framework This framework allows multiple users to develop automation code, create readable action/keyword driven test cases and powerful execution engine across multiple threads and machines. All of these features using a friendly Web interface. It works with any Java/Groovy/Python/C# tool for both GUI (Selenium, Appium, AutoIT, Silk, etc.) as well as back-end test automation and allows for entire team to collaborate together under single structure. Youtube video overview of RedwoodHQ itself (~6 minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0LfqUWI8Zg

In this latest release we have added new features like Data Driven test cases (making it a Hybrid Framework) and an ability to export test results into a PDF file. Here is a YouTube video (~1 minute) that quickly goes over some of these new features: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-pfzdsu3yw

We believe RedwoodHQ is truly next gen when it comes to free Open Source test automation frameworks and is better than many existing alternatives out there (including paid for ones). Installing RedwoodHQ is VERY simple, just download the setup file, execute it and you are up and running. You can get the file from here: Redwood Download | RedwoodHQ | Open Source Automation Framework