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Isolator 2010 Unit Testing Tool Released



Typemock has released Isolator 2010, a unit testing tool that helps abstract dependencies from the tested code. Isolator 2010 integrates into Visual Studio and TFS, and can change the behavior of any object methods, static methods, sealed classes or private methods. Features of the tool include an IDE, debugging integration, and support of Visual Studio 2010, .Net 4.0 and SharePoint 2010, while continuing to support earlier versions of .NET and Visual Studio. Isolator 2010 provides a simplified unit testing framework which reduces time to market and lowers development costs.

According to Typemock, Isolator 2010 can replicate the behavior of every Microsoft product including SharePoint, BizTalk, web services, and ASP.Net which enables developers to unit test without needing to change their code. Isolator 2010's server edition allows running the unit tests in TFS or any build system. Isolator 2010 comes with an intelligent completion tool called "Intellitest", which generates test setup code automatically, and discoverable APIs that isolates code without setting up complex configuration. It allows users to set behaviour for entire hierarchies in a single command and to unit test the most complex scenarios. Isolator 2010 enables the user to write clear and concise tests that lead to successful team implementation and provides clear guidance and error messages to help with writing unit tests.

"We are proud to be ahead of the game with Isolator 2010, supporting the latest software development tools and offering breakthrough features, while not forgetting those developers using older Visual Studio versions", says Typemock's Eli Lopian. "Isolator 2010 is the right choice for those programmers who want to unit test efficiently whether they are using the latest tools already or are planning to eventually upgrade to Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0."


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