• run fitnesse fit and slim tests without starting the server as part of your build
  • run fitnesse tests from JUnit within your IDE
  • debug and troubleshoot fitnesse fixtures in-process as if you were working with unit tests
  • easily include fitnesse acceptance tests into your build (through JUnit)
  • easily run tests in transactions and roll back after each test (with Spring)
  • execute fitnesse tests from maven

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