Atlassian is excited to announce the launch of Clover 2.6, the latest release of Atlassian’s award-winning tool for Java code coverage and test optimisation. With performance improvements, new coverage graphs and a bargain-priced Desktop Edition, the industry’s best code coverage tool for Java has gotten even better!
Clover Desktop Edition Available for Only $300
2.6 introduces Clover Desktop, designed for an individual developer who wants to run code coverage and optimise tests within an Eclipse-based or IntelliJ IDEA. Clover Desktop licenses cost only $300. Clover Server, which is designed to run in a central build or continuous integration system, provides greater reporting capabilities, including HTML, PDF and XML-formatted reports and historical code coverage trends. Single Clover Server licenses are available for $1200. Clover licenses are also available for 10, 25, 100 and unlimited numbers of machines. Multi-machine licenses can be used to run Clover on the desktop or the server. Read more about Clover pricing
New Features and Improvements in Clover 2.6
Tree maps have also been introduced in 2.6 and are an intuitive way to view coverage across large numbers of packages and classes. The size of a rectangle indicates the amount of code, while the color indicates the level of coverage.
Other notable improvements in Clover 2.6 include:
- Performance and ease of use improvements in the Clover Eclipse and IntelliJ versions.
- 100% coverage filters let you view only those classes which haven’t reached 100% code coverage.
Read the Clover 2.6 Release Notes for a full list of features, improvements and bug fixes.
Clover Desktop and Server are both available for free 30-day trials. Download Clover 2.6 and get started on better Java testing today!