Posts Tagged: AAA

Writing Shorter Tests – Don’t Build the Tree

Richard Fennel of Black Marble wrote a great post about using Isolator for faking Workflow Foundation with SharePoint. It’s a good example of how to use Isolator with those technologies. And, there is always some ...

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Feature Preview: Custom Argument Checking with Argument Placeholders

Our very own Roy Osherove posted a glimpse of a feature we’re planning to release in our next Isolator version – custom argument checkers in AAA. This feature will allow you to fake behavior conditionally; ...

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Typemock Isolator Version 5.2.2 is out!

We’re happy to announce the release of the latest and greatest Isolator – version 5.2.2. This version packs some nifty features as well as important bug fixes. Here’s a rundown: Faking method overloads This feature ...

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Usage tip: inject faked behavior to code under test

Direct discussion with our users in our forums is immensly helpful when building our products; it brings out points that seem trivial to us but confusing to our users, which lets us know what should we simplify ...

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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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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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Typemock Isolator 5.2.0 Released!

I’m happy to announce the latest version of Typemock Isolator. It’s been three months since the last Major version release. In this version the Isolator development team has done some work on improving the overall ...

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Typemock Isolator AAA Futures

Since launching the AAA API for Typemock Isolator last summer, we have put much care and consideration into making sure we are doing things right this time around. There are many considerations we take into account ...

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Isolator Extensibility: Properties as Fields

Let’s say I have a class that contains properties: public class ClassWithProperties{ public int Number { get; set; } public List<Product> Products { get; set; }} I want to return my own values by faking ...

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Swapping Collections with Typemock Isolator

One of the new features in Isolator 5.1.1 is fixing an old issue. Let’s say I have a collection I’d like to fake. I use the following: MyCollection coll= Isolate.Fake.Instance<MyCollection>(); What happens when I try ...

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