Agile and Test Driven Development (TDD)

Agile software development is an iterative method of software development which requires short cycles of design, development and test.

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API Testing

VectorCAST automatically generates the test code needed to perform API testing and automatically update the test code as the API changes over time.

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Automated Unit Testing

VectorCAST automates key activities associated with unit and integration testing. This includes the generation of a complete executable test harness...

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Changed-Based Testing

Running the complete set of tests for software applications can take days. Obviously running a full set of tests prior to a Production Release is prudent...

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Code Coverage

Code coverage analysis is a simple way to determine exactly how complete your application testing is, and can be used across the entire application life-cycle...

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DevOps

VectorCAST is a robust platform for automated embedded software testing that helps organizations accelerate product development and deployment through continuous integration...

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Embedded Testing

Make testing a software application on an embedded target as easy as it is to test on Windows with VisualStudio.

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Internet of Things

The Functional and Unit Testing capabilities of VectorCAST help engineers prove that the application they are testing performs correctly according to its requirements.

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Regression Testing

Many organizations have a limited ability to refactor application code because they lack sufficient test cases and an automated regression testing capability.

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Requirement to Test Traceability

Many software organizations, especially those building safety or mission critical applications, have established formalized software requirements tracking systems...

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Static Analysis

Static code analysis is a method of examining code, without executing it, and reporting on inconsistencies, redundancies, and design patterns known to cause defects...

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Technical Debt/Legacy Code

First coined by computer scientist Wade Cunningham in 1992, Technical Debt refers to the accumulated liability created when organizations take design and test short-cuts in order to meet short-term goals..

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