Vector Software Announces the Release of VectorCAST

Vector Software, the world’s leading provider of innovative software solutions for testing safety and mission critical embedded applications, announced today that the VectorCAST test suite now supports Microsoft Visual Studio. With this integration, developers can now seamlessly test C and C++ applications built using Visual Studio compilers. Vector Software's support for Visual Studio continues the company’s mission to help customers develop high quality applications by enabling developers to thoroughly test them. Utilizing the new support for the Microsoft Visual Studio release, engineers can use the Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to design applications, and test them natively using the VectorCAST test suite. Read the full Press Release here.



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