publicspace.net and Informatique Sur Mesure (ISM) announced today the release of
a new Java tool
designed to help Mac OS X software developers improve their Java code quality. The software is called “JQA — The Software Quality Assurance Solution for the Java Platform.” Already released in standalone versions for Windows and in an IBM VisualAge for Java, the software today makes its debut on Mac OS X.
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Its developers explain that JQA enables organizations to build a quality assurance contract between project management and developers. The tool provides quantitative data and provides a set of quality metrics that offer objective measurements of code quality. It supports validation of those measurements against a quality baseline, as well, thus enabling developers to measure improvements in quality.
Pricing on JQA starts at US$49.95 per developer workstation, with site licensing available. Source code is also available for custom developments, with an appropriate license in place.