Posts Tagged: typemock

Typemock Tutorial: Object Creation

In our first post, Raffaeu Garofalo, got us starting with Typemock Isolator. In his second post, Raffaeu discusses object creation: how to deal with objects and classes in general. Read his post His conclusion: As ...

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Typemock Tutorials: How to Get Started

Downloaded Typemock Isolator and not sure how to get started? One Typemock customer, Raffaele Garofalo has written a tutorial on how to get started with Isolator. This will be part of a weekly series he ...

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Get Started Unit Testing with Typemock Isolator in Visual Studio 2010

Downloaded Isolator and don’t know where to start?Kevin McKelvin, a South African software developer, has just started using Isolator in Visual Studio 2010 and has written a great step-by-step guide for how to get started ...

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Basic unit testing with Typemock Isolator

This section takes you through some of the basics of Typemock Isolator Faking Objects Behaviors Verifying Behaviors Don’t forget that to use Typemock Isolator, you need to reference TypeMock.dll and Typemock.ArrangeActAssert.Dll. Faking Objects Creating Fake ...

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Isolator++ 1.1 Released

Time for another release, And this one, has a few power punches. With the newly Introduced RET macro, Isolator can now fake a ref argument, actually returning it as the method returns. So if you ...

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Agile, .NET or C++ User Groups Can Win One Year of Sponsorship + Product Licenses and More

Typemock is running a big end of year contest for user groups with lots of great prizes. The giveaway is a ‘New Year’s Agile Care Package’ that includes a grand prize of one full year ...

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Typemock Free Webinar: My First No-Fluff Agile Steps

Agile has gone mainstream. And let’s admit it – transitioning an entire development process into a new one is challenging, to say the least. But big changes start with small steps, which you can try ...

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How-To: Running Custom Code With DoMemberFunctionInstead Clauses Using Isolator++

Isolator++ APIs make it easy to return custom values or objects. It’s really easy to return values or control behavior of one or more methods. But sometimes you want more than that: You want to ...

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How-To: Setting Behavior for Future Objects with Isolator++

One of the biggest hurdles in writing tests for legacy code are future dependencies. They are called “future” objects, because they are created inside the class under test, rather then injected into it by the ...

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Test Lint Rules Summary

We’ve released Test Lint about 6 months ago. During that time, we’ve added rules to help developers write their tests correctly. So here’s a reminder about the rules that Test Lint includes today: No asserts ...

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