VSCode extension released

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We’re excited to announce our Visual Studio Code extension that generates tests for your Solidity contract. The tests are designed to achieve 100% branch coverage using a proof-of-concept algorithm. While the algorithm is still in development, it can currently handle simple contracts such as SafeMath.sol. This allows you to validate your Ethereum contract before deploying it on the blockchain.

To use the extension, you’ll need to create an account on our website, Once you open your Solidity contract in Visual Studio Code, the extension provides an option to generate tests for your contract. You can initiate the test generation with a click of a button, and the tests will be downloaded and added to your project, making it easy for you to test your contract before deployment.

You can find the extension on the Visual Studio Code Marketplace here or manually install the extension after downloading it here.