Archive for September, 2008

Typemock Isolator 5.1 Released!

It’s time for another one. Usually we don’t two consequent major releases, but this one packs some punch. Most importantly, we now have static method support and non-public method faking. So how do you do ...

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New stable version of Typemock Racer: Visualizations, new APIs and much more

Yesterday we have released a new stable release of Typemock Racer. Since the last stable release the Racer Team has been working hard on fixing bug and adding new features to our product. We’re now ...

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Testing WCF with Isolator – The Client

In my last post about testing WCF, I described how to easily test a server side component which is exposed by WCF. And obviously, the next step is to go to the client side. For ...

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Unit Testing WCF with Isolator – The Server

WCF actually cries out for unit testing. How can you make sure your logic actually works without relying on a response from a server? What happens when something happens on the wire? All kind of ...

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Testing SharePoint – Now Easier with the New API

As I mentioned in my previous post on Unit Testing SharePoint , the Pattern and Practices group now use Typemock Isolator for their SharePoint Guidance tests. With the recent progress we do in our development, ...

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Typemock Isolator within an Automated NAnt Build Script

Mehfuz Hossain has a very detailed and interesting post on how he performs a build, and includes a description on how he integrates Typemock Isolator into his build process. He’s using NAnt as a build ...

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The woes of multithreaded design – How to find deadlock using Typemock Racer

I came across an article on Dr’ Dobb’s I’d like to share called The woes of multithreaded design. The amazing thing is that although the article was published at 1997 (11 years ago) the problem ...

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NJect – An AOP Wrapper Around Isolator API

Isolator provides an event called MockedMethodCalled that can be used to get notification when a method is called. That means that Isolator is an AOP engine. With this feature you can raise an event and ...

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Isolator and TestMatrix Profiler

This is not really new, since we put it in 4.3.2. But it deserves mentioning. Isolator is compatible running with ExactMagic TestMatrix. The interesting thing is that linking just works. That means, you don’t need ...

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Racer Nightly builds available

If you’re reading this blog and somehow don’t know what is Typemock Racer you can read about it here.   Since the release of Typemock Racer alpha version our development team added several new features ...

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