Parasoft .TEST Now Integrates with Microsoft Visual Studio

Parasoft .TEST Now Integrates with Microsoft Visual Studio

Parasoft announced the release of .TEST 3.1.1, an automated unit testing and coding standard analysis product that tests classes written on the Microsoft .NET Framework without requiring developers to write a single test case or stub.

 .TEST is an automated .NET unit testing and coding standard analysis product for improving reliability, functionality, security, performance, and maintainability. .TEST works with programming languages that target the Microsoft .NET Framework, including C#, VB.NET, and MC++ (Managed C++). It can test any file or assembly that has been built to take advantage of the .NET CLR.

 To help developers evaluate code quality and identify bugs and high-risk code during development, .TEST combines automated unit testing and code analysis into a single comprehensive tool suite that integrates seamlessly into Visual Studio. Through automated scan and analysis, .TEST verifies whether code complies with nearly 300 .NET coding rules (including C# source-level rules) and best practices, as well as any number of custom IL-level and C# source-level rules. This allows quick and easy identification and resolution of poor code construction that impacts application reliability, security, and performance. Additionally, .TEST automatically unit tests .NET classes, testing code behavior and exposing uncaught run-time exceptions, boundary condition errors, and memory leaks. The automatically generated test cases are extendable, high-coverage NUnit tests that can be instantly converted into libraries of reusable test assets for use in regular regression testing.

 Parasoft enhanced .TEST to improve test-case generation. Test cases are now more realistic, easier to extend and customize, and achieve higher coverage out of the box. Visit the Parasoft Web site for a complete list of upgrades and improvements.


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