unit testing

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unit testing

(testing)
The type of testing where a developer (usually the one who wrote the code) proves that a code module (the "unit") meets its requirements.
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The tool is based on the open-source tSQLt framework, so SQL developers can now benefit from writing unit tests in regular T-SQL.
The new integration will allow organizations to improve the quality of apps by enabling efficient collaboration between quality assurance (QA) practitioners doing end-to-end testing and developers automating unit tests.
NET developers easily see how thoroughly their applications are covered with unit tests.
Baseline testing will be of particular interest for those organisations that have a significant existing C code base without a set of regression unit tests, or where developers wish to reduce or remove their reliance on expensive manual functional level regression tests.
Weekly measures of the number of unit tests requested, the number of unit tests cancelled, and informal student feedback all indicate that a change in the feedback to allow revision of answers increased student persistence and activity in CAPSI.
Test factoring creates fast, focused unit tests from slow system-wide tests; each new unit test exercises only a subset of the functionality exercised by the system tests.
The releases include new Domain Expert technology that makes it possible for developers for the first time to generate highly accurate unit tests in mission-critical application environments such as J2EE and Struts.
The unit tests C-5, C-17, C-130 and C-130J transports, KC-135 tankers, the new CV-22 ``tilt-rotor'' aircraft, and H-60G helicopters, along with aircrew survival equipment, Edwards officials said.
Run automated local unit tests to check for a build's variance from an established performance baseline.
The six unit tests were composed of 25 multiple-choice questions that tested the students' understanding of the course material that was presented in class or in the Tavris and Wade (2001) textbook.
JustMock helps developers easily create object mockings in unit tests, saving time and improving the quality of software testing.
LDRA, the leader in standards compliance, automated software verification, source code analysis, and test tools, introduces LDRAunit, an integrated framework for automating the generation and management of unit tests.