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ICONIX is pleased to announce the availability of a beta version of the latest Agile/ICONIX Add-in.
The beta installer can be downloaded from http://www.sparxsystems.com/bin/Iconix_AgileDev2.0.exe
There are 3 notable new capabilities of the new add-in:
1) Support for "DDT/Systems" - Design Driven Testing for SysML models, including automatic generation of interface tests from SysML IBDs, and automatic generation of state machine testing, including Trigger/Do/Entry/Exit behaviors.
2) "More agile" automatic test case generation from class operations. Agilists will like this one, because it's now possible to reverse enginner your as-built code, and autogenerate a complete set of JUnit test stubs.
3) Inclusion of the "ICONIX Technology" which includes process roadmaps and project templates for use case driven projects using UML, embedded systems projects using SysML, Business Process Modeling using Structured Scenarios, and Service-Oriented Architecture projects.
DDT/Systems is defined in the book ICONIX Process Roadmaps by Doug Rosenberg.
Betatesters of the new add-in are invited to send us feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org