Cranston, RI (PRWEB) February 11, 2013
Agitar Technologies, Inc. has announced the release of AgitarOne 5.5 with native Maven integration. AgitarOne v5.5’s native Maven integration allows direct integration with the Maven build lifecycle to perform product tasks, including JUnit generation, agitation, code rules checking, and reporting. The new Maven integration avoids the configuration and required maintenance of a separate Ant configuration in addition to the Maven Project Object Model (POM).
“Native Maven integration is one of the more popular enhancement requests that we have gotten from our customers and the Java development community,” said Dale Brenneman, Agitar’s VP of Technology. “Set up, everyday use, and reporting have become much easier for those already using AgitarOne and Maven, enabling them to accomplish much more in less time. Maven users who have not yet tried AgitarOne will want to try this new version to take advantage of the advanced automated JUnit Generation and our exclusive Software Agitation that they cannot get elsewhere.”
The new native Maven integration provides a direct easy-to-use method for setting up AgitarOne to perform any or all tasks, including generating JUnit tests and dashboard reporting. AgitarOne dependencies and plugins are declared by the user in the Maven POM. The plugins provide compatibility with the maven lifecycle, and Agitar-specific tasks such as agitation or code rule checking can be attached as goals for maven to run at certain lifecycle phases. For multi-module projects, the AgitarOne maven plugins support parent-level generation of the Agitar Virtual Dashboard and Project Summary reports. AgitarOne goals for maven can also be configured for use within Continuous Integration tools, including Jenkins.
About Agitar Technologies, Inc.
Using unprecedented JUnit generation, software agitation techniques, and Java functional testing coverage capabilities, Agitar Technologies enables the enterprise to save time and money, releasing Java applications faster with fewer bugs. The “AgitarOne” product family improves both new and legacy applications by allowing software teams to easily create, use, and manage the extensive set of unit tests needed to be truly agile. Agitar Technologies is a privately-held company headquartered in Cranston, RI. Visit http://www.agitar.com to learn more.