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Improving quality with unit tests and fakes

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This short video shows how to run and manage unit tests from multiple providers in Visual Studio, and create fakes to bring complex systems under test.

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  • Are there any blogs or tutorials that describe using Fakes in more depth in VS 2012 Ultimate?

  • WatsonWatson

    I recently ran across this from Tech Ed.


    May want to jump to 39 minutes to get the good stuff.

  • WTH? "Note: Fakes is available only in Utlimate edition." Don't you think you should change the title here, rather than rely on that little disclaimer?

  • Patrick MSFTPatrick MSFT

    Isolating Code under Test with Microsoft Fakes http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh549175
    in the MSDN Library gives the details

  • hi .Pleas make up and finsh enginering that ...to have More Help also need ..thanking you friends ...

  • GaryBusheyGaryBushey The blob in the upper right hand corner is my dog

    Title is VERY misleading since Fakes is only available in the Ultimate edition

  • @GaryBushey: Thanks for the feedback - the Title has been updated to avoid the confusion.

  • Golnazgolnazal HEY HEY HEY

    opening thread

  • I don't understand that why code coverage is analyzing unit test assemblies,
    as you can see also in linked video.
    I think it make sense to check coverage for production code but not for
    the unit test assemblies,
    Please tell us if this is a bug in VS2013 or some other reason.

    I found about runsettings but switching from testsettings would
    ignore testsettings' deployment (where i can specify test data
    files and directories to deploy in addition to the target assemblies).
    ExcludeFromCodeCoverage attribute would be nice for new projects
    but what about projects migrating from VS2010
  • There are fakes in VS 2013 Premium.


    Note that you need Update 2 or above and then to have Fakes in VS 2013 Premium.



  • robertrobert

    can change file dll to source file plz help me

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