Archive for March, 2008

Decisions, Decisions…

As you probably know, (it was in our release notes, and everybody reads those…) we are removing the support for .Net 1.1 in the next version of Typemock Isolator. This decision was not easy, as ...

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Great introduction tutorial for Typemock Isolator

I just wanted to let you know that Stephen Walther wrote an excellent introduction tutorial for Typemock Isolator. The tutorial has emphasis towards Data Base testing. You can read it here.  

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MbUnit “Gallio” announces built in support for Typemock Isolator

Jeff Brown Just posted about the current alpha version of MbUnit (Gallio codename) with cool new features. I urge you to take a look at it here. Cool thing about it: Built in integration for ...

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Is Typemock Isolator Like A Credit Card?

Well, no. However, this post from The Simple Dollar reminded me so much of the discussion whether Typemock Isolator is too powerful, or can be overused. (If you want a rehash of that discussion, you ...

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Chains, part III: Extension Methods

This post continues the path of part I and II regarding chained method calls using Typemock Isolator. Today I’m going to throw extension methods into the fray. And there’s nothing better to start with than ...

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Reminder: Typemock Webcast Tomorrow

Just a reminder: Tomorrow, Wednesday March 12th at 4PM GMT, we are having a Webcast. The live demo will include: The Support of the new .NET 3.5 framework and specifically how to mock LINQ statements. ...

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Freedom of choice

Many discussion has been made about Designing for Testability, and why Typemock is too powerful. The most recent of them was made by Mark. When I read most discussions I usually find that the underlying ...

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Testing MVC Controllers in 3 lines of code with Typemock Isolator

Here’s a much simpler version of how you’d test an ASP.NET MVC Controller using Typemock, without needing any helper class to do it: [TestMethod,VerifyMocks]   public void Hello_ShowsTheHelloView2()   {       Mock mock = MockManager.Mock<HomeController>(); ...

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Typemock Isolator Vs. Open source

Updated: This table is obviously obsolete. Read more about about Isolator’s advantages on the new Isolator page. One of the things people keep asking is “so why should I pay for a tool that I ...

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Chains, Part II: Chain Rules

In Part I, I described what chains are, and the challenge they pose for Isolator. As you’ve already gathered, I will use every opportunity to use lame puns, so the word of the day is: ...

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