In a traditional waterfall development process, code quality is often controlled primarily with system tests run by a quality assurance (QA) team, that commonly drive the application through its user interface. Today, software development processes for many organizations are transitioning to an Agile development approach, which uses developer-run continuous testing as a key to controlling code quality. This raises the challenge of creating a large volume of unit tests, that can be run automatically and frequently by programmers to help ensure that the code actually does what it is supposed to do. A new generation of JUnit generators delivers unit-level regression tests, also called fast tests, that can provide near-complete unit-level code coverage at the push of a button, providing a substantial boost to development teams that have moved to or are planning to move to an Agile process.
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