Diffblue Cover

Take on a juggling challenge created by Diffblue's AI for Code

Take on a juggling challenge created by Diffblue's AI for Code

Diffblue Playground is our free-to-use tool that demonstrates the AI behind Diffblue Cover by automatically creating unit tests for any Java code entered into it. A little known capability of this tool is that it can do more than help you juggle writing tests and developing new code—my colleague Jamie Munro and I have discovered that it can also be used to create brand new juggling tricks.

5 things we’ve learned about generating tests from working with the open source community

5 things we’ve learned about generating tests from working with the open source community

We QA check the technology behind Diffblue Cover every single day by writing unit tests for open source public GitHub Java repositories and working closely with repository owners to learn exactly how our tests work (or don’t) for them. Since we began this project, we’ve seen huge advancements in the speed with which we’ve created pull requests and the quality of the tests we’ve generated, and also learned a lot about how to use AI to generate tests that repo owners are happy with. Here are some of our main takeaways from this process so far.

Diffblue Cover Is Available on AWS Marketplace

Diffblue Cover Is Available on AWS Marketplace

London, 24 May, 2019 - University of Oxford spin-out Diffblue has announced today that its flagship product, Diffblue Cover, is available to buy or use in a 5-day free trial on the AWS Marketplace. Diffblue Cover uses AI to automatically write comprehensive unit tests for Java applications. Its presence on the AWS Marketplace will allow organizations to easily try and use Diffblue for their Java software development and testing needs in AWS.

Why do regression bugs matter so much?

Why do regression bugs matter so much?

Phone service providers losing data or voice connections. Banks not being able to process transactions. Chaps not being able to transfer funds. Squarespace not being able to display anyone’s website. What do all these issues have in common? To start with, they are all issues that sprung to mind when thinking about customer issues. Which means, these are all issues that customers took to social media or mainstream news to complain about.