Ringmark now fully open sourcedJun 15, 2012, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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The Ringmark performance tests are now fully open source according to a post by Facebook's Matt Kelly. Ringmark is designed to test mobile browsers for functionality and performance and then classifies the browser in one of three rings. Previously, Facebook had open sourced the tests of Ringmark and contributed them to the W3C, but had not open sourced the server-side code which helped run the test.
Now, after cleaning up the code over the last months, the company's developers were happy to open source the rest of Ringmark and the rng.io site which hosts the test. The site, which includes PHP and uses node.js for some interactions, is available in source form on GitHub, and is licensed under a 3 clause BSD licence. The site will require an HTTP server with PHP on Mac OS X, Linux or Windows to run.
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