- Share the information effectively.
- Easy to use, easy to be adopted. Otherwise it would present little benefit over other systems.
- Flexible: with a powerful and simple extensions interface.
- Small and portable. You should be able to use it while on site (no outside connectivity). It should be OS independent (no two testers use the same OS).
- Platform independent
- Markup support for the notes: text styles, code blocks, images, links, etc.
- Integration with existing systems and tools:
There are two editions of Dradis Framework:
- Dradis Framework Community Edition (CE): open-source and available freely under the GPLv2 license.
- Dradis Framework Professional Edition (Pro): includes extra features that are more useful for organizations dealing with bigger teams and multiple projects at a time. To use Pro and get official support please become a subscriber.
Getting started: Community Edition
Git release (recommended)
$ git clone https://github.com/dradis/dradis-ce.git $ cd dradis-ce/ $ ruby bin/setup $ bundle exec rails server
You can browse to the app at http://localhost:3000/
If you’d like to use dradis in Vagrant, you can use the included Vagrantfile.
# Clone the repo git clone https://github.com/dradis/dradis-ce.git # install/start the vagrant box vagrant up # ssh into the box vagrant ssh # install ruby in the vagrant box cd /dradis/dradis-ce rvm install "$(cat .ruby-version)" # Then you can proceed with standard setup from within Vagrant ruby bin/setup # You'll need to tell the server to bind to 0.0.0.0 for port forwarding: bundle exec rails server -b 0.0.0.0
In https://dradisframework.com/ce/download.html you will find the latest packages.