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Typemock Releases Isolator V7 -- .NET Unit Testing and Bug Reporting Solution

Typemock, a provider of unit testing solutions for software developers, has released Isolator V7, the latest version of Typemock's Isolator bug-detection solution for .NET developers. Isolator V7 automatically runs unit tests on software after each build, enabling programmers to identify bugs in the early stages of a software development project.

V7 introduces several features that Typemock developed for internal usage with the intent of significantly reducing the time needed to complete a development project. For example, V7 includes an auto-runner, which automatically runs only the relevant unit tests after every build, providing instant feedback to the developer when a new bug is introduced. Another new feature is the failed-test analyzer, which analyzes failed unit tests and pinpoints the exact location of bugs in the code. The new visual coverage feature informs developers which parts of the code are/are not covered by unit tests. A test auto-completion feature provides statement creation and test suggestions that can reduce the effort and time involved in writing tests. You can find a complete list of all the new features in Isolator V7 here.

Typemock Isolator V7 failed test analyzer

"Isolator V7 enables us to release quicker, because we are able to fix bugs faster," said Eli Lopian, CEO of Typemock. "V7 does all the hard and boring work for us and helps us find bugs instantly." An Isolator V7 user, Krister Renaud, a technical consultant at Koordium, touts the product's effect on developer productivity. "The new features in Isolator V7 are real productivity boosters. Isolator V7's fast red/green feedback is really addictive when doing TDD," said Renaud.

Isolator V7 is priced at $799 for the Commercial Edition, with various pricing and licensing options available. The product is available for free for existing Typemock customers. You can download a trial version of Isolator V7 here.

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