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NUnit features a fluent assert syntax, parameterized, generic and theory tests and is user-extensible.
This package includes the NUnit 3.0 framework assembly, which is referenced by your tests. You will need to install version 3.0 of the nunit3-console program or a third-party runner that supports...
NSubstitute is a friendly substitute for .NET mocking frameworks. It has a simple, succinct syntax to help developers write clearer tests. NSubstitute is designed for Arrange-Act-Assert (AAA) testing and with Test Driven Development (TDD) in mind.
This package is now a reference to the NUnit.Console package, which provides the nunit3-console runner and test engine for version 3.0 of the NUnit unit-testing framework.
The runner will run 2.6 tests using the included plugin.
Users may update their projects to use the NUnit.Console package...
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Just like System.Web.Abstractions, but for System.IO. Yay for testable IO access! Be sure to check out the System.IO.Abstractions.TestingHelpers package too.
Through a fluent, extensible interface, NBuilder allows you to rapidly create test data, automatically assigning values to properties and public fields that are one of the built in .NET data types (e.g. ints and strings). NBuilder allows you to override for properties you are interested in using...
ReportGenerator converts XML reports generated by OpenCover, PartCover, Visual Studio or NCover into a readable reports in various formats. The reports do not only show the coverage quota, but also include the source code and visualize which line has been covered.
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Test harness for Nancy applications.
Machine.Specifications is a Context/Specification framework geared towards removing language noise and simplifying tests.
An open source code coverage tool (branch and sequence point) for all .NET Frameworks 2 and above (including Silverlight). Also capable of handling 32 and 64 bit processes. Use ReportGenerator 1.9 for best viewing results (also available via Nuget).
Shouldly - Assertion framework for .NET. The way asserting *Should* be
FsCheck is a tool for testing .NET programs automatically. The programmer provides
a specification of the program, in the form of properties which functions, methods
or objects should satisfy, and FsCheck then tests that the properties hold in a
large number of randomly generated cases.
SharpTestsEx (Sharp Tests Extensions) is a set of extensible extensions for assertions. The main target is write short assertions where the Visual Studio IDE intellisense is your guide. #TestsEx can be used with NUnit, MsTests, xUnit, MbUnit...
Write automated tests for your web applications using the WatiN framework and execute them through Internet Explorer and FireFox.
Machine.Fakes attempts to simplify the usage of such frameworks on top of Machine.Specifications by helping to reduce a lot of the typical fake framwork related clutter code in specifications. If you choose so, Machine.Fakes even helps you to stay mostly independent of a concrete fake framework by...
NUnit.Mocks was originally developed for internal use in NUnit's own tests, although we no longer use it for that purpose.
In addition, it has been useful as a teaching tool, allowing users to gain familiarity with mocking techniques before moving on to more serious frameworks.
For production use,...
A picture's worth a 1000 tests.
Unit testing asserts can be difficult to use.
Approval tests simplify this by taking a snapshot of the results,
and confirming that they have not changed.
The most powerful free mocking library available for .NET developers.
Machine.Specifications.Should is a should library for the Context/Specification framework Machine.Specifications