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Gorilla Logic’s FlexMonkey Testing Tool for Adobe Flex Applications Surpasses 2,000 Registered Downloads

Gorilla Logic, the firm known for delivering enterprise application development resources with a 10X productivity and quality benefit, today announced their open-source, automated testing tool for Adobe Flex applications, FlexMonkey, has surpassed the 2,000 unique registered users mark in less than two months.

“We are impressed with the market response to FlexMonkey,” said Stu Stern, CEO, Gorilla Logic. “We have been using FlexMonkey on projects for some time and have experienced the benefits ourselves - the ease-of-use, extensibility and reliability. When we released FlexMonkey we believed others would discover the same thing, but the response has been overwhelming.”

Featured in numerous 3rd party news articles and podcasts, a new version of FlexMonkey was released on August 17th including the new MonkeyLink. Designed to address problems with dynamically loading target applications through the FlexMonkey Console or the MonkeyAgent, MonkeyLink allows users to compile a few lines of code into their application .SWF, and then launch the application directly using MonkeyLink. As a result users can test virtually any Adobe Flex or Air application.

“The fact that Fortune 500 companies are downloading and using FlexMonkey is not surprising considering the obvious ROI from such a robust, reliable tool,” said Chad Sanderson, VP, Sales & Marketing, Gorilla Logic. “What has been surprising is the number of other consulting firms that have downloaded FlexMonkey and began promoting the tool, at times in place of their own solutions. The result has been an increase in our services projects centered around FlexMonkey implementation, customization, training and our Adobe Flex practice in general.”

FlexMonkey is an open source testing tool for optimizing automated and unit testing of Adobe Flex RIAs and is another example of Gorilla Logic’s commitment to assisting clients and the market in developing the highest-quality applications possible. Designed to be the equivalent of a production-quality testing tool tailored for use in continuous integration environments as well as quality assurance departments, FlexMonkey drastically reduces the costs associated with development testing while at the same time ensuring application quality.

About Gorilla Logic

Gorilla Logic is an enterprise application development services and consulting firm known industry-wide for providing “gorilla” consultants that deliver a 10X productivity improvement over other options. With industry-leading expertise in mobile device application development, Java-related technologies and Adobe Flex RIA application development, Gorilla Logic has been engaged by Fortune 500 companies in industries ranging from financial services to entertainment to aerospace and government to work on mission critical projects. Gorilla Logic also develops tools to decrease the product development lifecycle and open sources them for the benefit of the market – FlexMonkey (www.flexmonkey.gorillalogic.com) and OpenGXE (www.gorillalogic.com/opengxe). For more information about Gorilla Logic, please visit www.gorillalogic.com or email info@gorillalogic.com.

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