Isolator++ - Unlimited power to limit your bugs. Available on Windows & Linux



It’s what a Mocking Framework should be: Powerful. And it’s the first of its kind. Which mean you can fake more than just public virtual methods. And you can reach higher test coverage at a fraction of the time. You can fake static methods, private methods, non-virtual methods, members and fields and out parameters. You name it.

Built for TDD, Built for your Legacy Code.
Isolator++ is great for TDD where you need to fake out components. And built from the ground up to test your legacy code. And for code written in TDD, but that you missed writing the test.

Sleek API: Concise, Fluent and Discover able.
Isolator has well-tuned API, so Concise, you can Fake entire object models with a single statement. So fluent, you can almost read it like English. So discoverable, all you need to fake is Isolate.

Unlike other API’s with Isolator you don’t need to redefine template, just use the same definition.

600% Coverage improvement.
Our customer report an average of 600% improvement in code coverage since using Typemock. And that is within 2 months.

Surprisingly Powerful.
All-new features put even more power in your hands.

Use the New Invoke Private Constructor to create objects with private constructors.
You can now validate and count the times a constructor was called.

You can fake members, end fields and out parameters. You name it.

Write Great Unit Tests.
Typemock API’s are crafted in a way that will help you write great tests. One aspect of this is Arrange Act Assert. This means that the different parts of testing are separated. Using Typemocks API’s will keep you on the right path. Which means that you will never find an assert hidden in the arrange part of the test.

Suits your environment. Fits your code. Integrates with virtually everything.
Isolator works with C and C++ on Windows & Linux

Typemock Isolator works on your client and on your build server.

Works on Windows 32 and 64 bit with Microsoft VC compilers.

Has been tested with VS 2005, onwards including VS 2013, VS 2015 and VS 2017

Works with GCC 4.8.5 and above and also with Clang 3.3.

Compatible with any major test runner, including CppUnit, GoogleTest, Boost and UnitTest++.

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