Isolation

Insights – Get to know your fakes part 5- Base

This is part 5 of a series of post about the new Insights feature in Typemock Isolator 8.1 To start Insights – either debug your test or turn on the Insights (Typemock->Windows->Typemock Insight and click ...

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Isolator 7.5, Extending mscorlib support

With each release of Typemock Isolator we add some more mscorlib functionality. Faking mscorlib is tricky, since these classes are used throughout the system and Faking them can cause strange results, as the test runners ...

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Typemock vs. a GPS

Typemock Isolator V7 is like a GPS. It finds the bugs for you. But what did we do before GPS’s existed and what did we do before Isolator V7?   Download Isolator V7 beta now.

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The Opposite of Mocking

Let me tell you a secret. I don’t like the word “mocking”. Why? Because “mocking” refers to the tools we use, rather than what we want to achieve, which is isolation. However, I’ve decided to ...

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The Most Controversial Feature in Isolator V7

Michael Feathers posted about “Taking Automated Tests Off The Pedestal”. The post generated quite a discussion, which really revolved around the time it takes to run tests in established teams. Michael talks about how the ...

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The Essential Setup To Begin Unit Testing

A new year is upon us, and I bet your new year’s resolution is to start unit testing. What instruments do you need in your belt? A testing framework (gasp!). I know, shocking, but you ...

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“Why Too Much Mocking is Bad” and Other Questions

Last webinar, “10 secret unit testing tips” was a blast. There were many questions, some I’ve answered. But then I’ve looked at the clock, and discovered I neglected to answer a few. And since I’m ...

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