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Parasoft announced the newest release of Parasoft Jtest and DTP, 2023.1 version.
The Java developer test productivity solution offers new features that will help developers:
- Simplify workflows
- Improve IDE integration
- Increase developer productivity
DevOps managers will benefit from Parasoft's AI-powered JUnit testing capabilities that enable developers to find and resolve issues faster, allowing them to spend more time innovating.
With the IDE enhancements to AI-powered JUnit testing, Parasoft’s Java developer test productivity solution provides a comprehensive suite of automated testing capabilities. The new release includes integration with the VS Code IDE enabling better visibility of static analysis execution and code coverage results. Developers can also automatically create new unit tests for modified code and view impacted tests inside their Eclipse and IntelliJ IDE environments.
In addition, QA teams can collect and measure Java code coverage without access to source code, while development managers gain a holistic view of overall code quality across the entire application with a new portfolio coverage widget in the reporting dashboard.
One customer experienced a 90% reduction in regression test execution time in their CI/CD pipeline by using Jtest’s AI to detect modified code and only execute the tests impacted by the changes. Parasoft's solution enables developers to deliver high-quality software on time and on budget.
"Parasoft Jtest has taught our engineers how to be better developers. In the process of using Parasoft Jtest, we're getting fewer and fewer defects in the code base because developers are learning how to write better Java," said the senior project lead engineer at a leading financial services organization and Parasoft customer.
“We are constantly adding functionality to our tools that our own developers want to use. Developers commonly make code changes and need to write unit tests to cover those changes. With the new release, developers can automatically create unit tests for the modified code right in the IDE, making unit test creation even more efficient than it already was with Parasoft Jtest's AI-based unit test creation,” said Nathan Jakubiak, Senior Director of Development at Parasoft.