SD Occasions information digest: KronoGraph launched to supply timeline visualizations, Diffblue launches automated Java unit testing answer, SaaS Ventures declares second $20 million fund


Cambridge Intelligence declares KronoGraph to supply timeline visualizations.

KronoGraph is a developer toolkit for JavaScript and React builders that allows customers to construct browser-based, interactive, investigative timeline visualizations that reveal how occasions unfold.

It’s totally customizable and works with any supply of time-based knowledge in datasets. Whereas KronoGraph is a standalone instrument, it integrates with Cambridge Intelligence’s graph visualization toolkits to present customers two views of the identical knowledge.

“KronoGraph provides organizations a model new method of understanding how occasions unfold over time. It’s been clear from the very first prototype timeline visualization instrument was one thing analysts and investigators want and have been ready for,” mentioned Joe Parry, the founder and CEO of Cambridge Intelligence.

Diffblue launches automated Java unit testing answer
Diffblue introduced the overall availability of Diffblue Cowl and Diffblue Cowl: Neighborhood Version, a free model created for builders utilizing IntelliJ.

Diffblue Cowl automates the burdensome job of writing Java unit assessments, a job that takes up as a lot as 20 p.c of Java builders’ time, at speeds 10 to 100 instances quicker than people, in response to the corporate.

“We assist organizations scale back time to ship, ship extra usually and ship code with fewer defects whereas releasing up builders to focus extra time on probably the most partaking a part of their jobs,” mentioned Mathew Lodge, the CEO of Diffblue. “Corporations on the journey to digital transformation, particularly throughout this COVID pandemic, can’t sustain with the speedy software program modifications required to reorient their companies. Automating unit testing on new and legacy code can speed up their journey to success.”

SaaS Ventures declares second $20 million fund
Launch of Fund II is pushed by growing demand for funding in enterprise tech startups which are creating options for the brand new economic system.

“We’re extremely excited to announce the launch of our second fund and proceed our mission of supporting proficient founders who’re innovating the way in which merchandise are created, moved, secured, and bought,” mentioned Brian Gaister, co-founder of SaaS Ventures. “It is a large second of validation for our mannequin, and we look ahead to increasing the work that we’re undertaking alongside our associate funds.”

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