Typemock Announces the Release of Isolator - Plug-and-Play Integration With Microsoft Team Foundation Servers

Typemock has announced the launch of Isolator V7.4.1 for .NET developers, which includes, among other things, seamless Integration with Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2012. This addition means customers working with TFS 2012 can now start from the supplied build template or edit their existing template so that their Isolator tests run as part of an automated build. The TFS 2012 integration comes in addition to full integration with all other major CI (continuous integration) tools. In addition, Plug-and-Play Profiling seamlessly integrates and runs simultaneously with any coverage tool, memory profiler and any other profiler. Setting Isolator to work together with other developer tools is now straight-forward, substantially reducing the required plumbing, and lowering the risk of configuration errors, saving time and frustration. This makes Isolator the most "integration-friendly" dev tool out there, as it is the only one supporting all profilers. Check out the full detail and download here.



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