Compuware Unveils AJAX Edition 4, The Industry's Most Advanced Cross-Browser Diagnostics Tool

Free Tool Delivers Unprecedented Visibility into Front-end Web Performance; Ability to Test and Diagnose Performance Issues Across All Browser Versions of Internet Explorer and Firefox

DETROIT, March 5, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Compuware Corporation (Nasdaq:CPWR), the technology performance company, today announced Compuware APM AJAX Edition 4, the industry's most advanced cross-browser diagnostics tool. This new version enables developers to test and diagnose performance issues across all recent and legacy browser versions in Internet Explorer and Firefox. To date, nearly 100,000 development and testing experts have downloaded AJAX Edition and rely on it to solve the most challenging client-side performance problems. This new tool is free and can be downloaded here.

View the "Getting Started with AJAX Edition" video here.

With more application logic sitting in the web browser than ever before, it has never been more important to measure and optimize the performance of web 2.0 pages and applications. Additionally, in a world where the competition is only a click away, highly interactive web experiences with dynamic web 2.0 pages and applications have become crucial to keeping customers loyal and attracting new ones. This often means introducing AJAX actions that do not trigger a complete page reload in order to deliver a world-class end-user experience.

AJAX Edition 4 was built to deliver root-cause analysis of performance issues that this increased complexity often creates. It empowers developers to pinpoint problems and immediately make front-end web performance improvements on their website and Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) web applications.

"AJAX Edition 4 gives us tremendous insight into client-side performance with our web applications running on Internet Explorer 8 and Firefox 3.6. With AJAX Edition 4, we are able to understand exactly what is happening in the browser and can monitor browser-version specific performance with our dynamic pages within our web-applications," said Tracia Chen, senior software engineer at Kenexa.

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