Archive for January, 2009

How to Implement Unit Testing in an Organization

Come sit by the fire, boys and girls, and I’ll tell you a story about how one developer changed an entire organization. The developer (obviously, from either gender, but I’ll pick mine) is interested in ...

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Isolator Extensibility – Verifying An Instance Was Not Called

Using Isolator’s Verify (C#) or Assert.TheseCalls, we have the option to use WasNotCalled (or VB DidNotHappen) to verify a method was not called. What if I want to check that on a single instance, any ...

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Solution: Tests fail on 64bit machines and pass on 32bit

In the last a few of our customers have reported a strange issue: Exception is thrown while running tests using Typemock new Visual Basic API. The problem occurred when running Isolator using NUnit and TestDriven.NET ...

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Avoiding Fragile Tests – Drawing the Line

Isolation frameworks are intrusive by nature. Yes, Isolator included. That means, they have “knowledge” of the code inside the component under test. Big surprise there, right? One the major detriments for people who have already ...

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Isolator’s VB API – Setting Behavior and Assertion

Last time I talked about creation of Fake objects in our Visual Basic APIs, as well as handling future objects. Today we continue are journey in VB land. Let’s see how we can set behavior ...

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Release 5.2.1 – A couple of important fixes

Yesterday we released a quick revision to Typemock Isolator. The changes include a couple of important fixes: In the VB.NET API, using  TheseCalls or AssertCalls while sending null to a method of a fake object, ...

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Launch of Typemock Isolator 5.2 – Free license – Update

We would like to thank everyone that participated in the launch of the new Typemock Isolator 5.2 version (with the new VB.NET API). We have already received over 25 posts about this, and a notification ...

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New Isolator 5.2 Feature – Behavior Sequencing

Behavior Sequencing is one of the cool features that we’ve added to Isolator AAA API. It enables the developer to set a sequence of expectations on the same method/property to simulate a need behavior on ...

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Isolator’s VB API – Creating Fakes

So after the overview, let’s get down to business. How do we create fake instances? Dim fakeProduct As Product = FakeInstance(Of Product)(Members.ReturnNulls) Not surprised? Well, it is that simple. As with its C# sibling, we ...

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Do you think Typemock Rocks ? Become an affiliate

Do you think Typemock Rocks? Help us spread the word – Become a Typemock affiliate Do you have a blog or internet site?Help us spread the word about Typemock’s unit testing tools, which increase developers’ ...

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