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Typemock Launches Isolator++ Unit Test Software



Typemock has launched Isolator ++, an isolation framework that lets developers conduct easy unit testing for C++.

Isolator++ enables testing of any C/ C++ code (including complex code such as statics, globals and non virtual method) by allowing the user to intercept and fake their behaviours. The user can write tests with minimal lines of code, a major improvement on other frameworks which require multiple lines to make effective readable tests. The API is specifically designed to make tests more concise, more resistant to production code changes and easier to understand for new users. Isolator ++ works with all testing frameworks including Google Test and UnitTest++.

"With a growing number of developers writing in C++, especially with the increased popularity and demand for smartphones and other advanced technologies, there is an obvious need for an easy solution for C++ unit testing which ensures that the final product surpasses all regulatory requirements," said Typemock's Eli Lopian. "This is imperative for the military, avionics, automotive and medical device industries where an error in the code can be critical."

Typemock claims that its Isolator tool, a precursor to Isolator++, is the only tool that allows total automated unit testing for SharePoint, while supporting easy unit testing of Silverlight, WCF, and all other .NET and C++ technologies.


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