Some programming languages have a dominant testing framework that nearly all developers use. For C++, however, the landscape is a little bit more wide open. Developers have an array of both open source and proprietary tools to choose from.
For this slide show, we focused on some of the best known and widely used C++ testing tools, like Google Test, Cppunit, and the Boost Test Framework. Each slide has a quick overview of the testing tool's strengths as well as a link to its Web site for those who want to learn more.
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