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Checkmarx CxSuite® is a powerful Source Code Analysis (SCA) solution designed for identifying, tracking and fixing technical and logical security flaws from the source code. By...
Last Updated on 20 October 2014 by Michael Maman
Scalastyle examines your Scala code and indicates potential problems with it. If you have come across Checkstyle for Java, then you’ll have a good idea what scalastyle is....
Last Updated on 18 October 2014 by Matthew Farwell
Contrast's award winning security analysis tool is now available to Java developers for free in Eclipse. Contrast clearly and accurately pinpoints SQL Injection, Cross-Site...
Last Updated on 14 October 2014 by Harold McGinnis
Clover measures Java and Groovy code coverage and optimises your test execution so you can prioritise new test development, get faster feedback of test results, and reduce risk...
Last Updated on 13 October 2014 by Atlassian
SVEditor provides a development environment for SystemVerilog and Verilog files. It features syntax coloring, structure display, content assist, and source formatting.
Last Updated on 3 October 2014 by Matthew Ballance
UML Lab provides truly agile modeling and coding with Eclipse. The tool integrates UML modeling with code generation and template-based reverse and round-trip engineering.
Last Updated on 26 September 2014 by Leif Geiger
J2ObjC Eclipse Plugin, is an Eclipse plugin for interfacing Google's j2objc compiler in Eclipse. It allows you to generate Objective-C source codes from existing Java projects...
Last Updated on 25 September 2014 by Hemanta Sapkota
Robusta, a programmatic bad smell detection tool, has been developed to help Java developers deal with 7 types of exception handling bad smells. Robusta is capable of detecting...
Last Updated on 16 September 2014 by NTUT Lab1321
Control Flow Graph Factory is an Eclipse plugin which generates control flow graphs from java bytecode, edit them and export to GraphXML, DOT or several image formats.
Last Updated on 9 September 2014 by Sergej Alekseev