Infragistics has partnered with Mercury Interactive to offer a collection of custom libraries that enables automated testing of the presentation layer of Microsoft's .Net. The TestAdvantage development tool, built using Mercury Interactive QuickTest Professional, enhances presentation layer regression testing by giving development teams an automated way to test user interfaces created with Infragistics NetAdvantage. Infragistics will ship the release candidate of TestAdvantage in January of 2005 for an introductory price of US$2,995.
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