JRequire works on top of JUnit, the unit testing framework, to identify the requirement coverage in the code. This also makes JRequire useful for projects which use tools that operate on top of JUnit, such as Cactus, StrutsTestcase, etc.
Why use JRequire?
JRequire facilitates efficiently managing the coverage of requirements in your code.
From a developer's perspective, JRequire faciliates getting an instant view of:
- requirements successfully covered by code
- broken requirements
- requirements that are not covered
JRequire is well-integrated with Eclipse and Ant with an easy to use interface. This makes it convenient for developers to stay focused on the requirements without having to switch between tools.
JRequire is available as Community Edition (free for non-commercial use), Trial Edition and Commercial Edition, with downloads and pricing available from the product page.
The tool comes bundled with a sample application for easy reference.