Description
Course info
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(43)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Oct 2, 2013
Duration
2h 36m
Description

This Course shows the features of Telerik's free mocking framework, JustMock Lite. Features include automocking, mocking by example, loose and strict mocking, recursive mocking, sequential mocking, and many more features.

About the author
About the author

An international speaker, Microsoft MVP, MCSD, CSM, and CSP, Phil Japikse has been developing software for 20+ years, and heavily involved in agile since 2005. Phil is the Evangelism Lead for Telerik's DevTools division, the Lead Director for the Cincinnati .Net User’s Group, co-hosts http://www.hallwayconversations.com, and founded Agile Conferences, Inc.

Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Mocking with JustMock Lite Part 1
Welcome back to JustMock Lite Fundamentals. My name is Philip Japikse and I am your host. In this module we're going to talk about some of the most often used features of JustMock while you're writing your Unit Tests. This is part 1 of a 2-part module series and in this part we will talk about Loose and Strict Mocks, the different behaviors of each, and when you should use them, Returning Values, Handling Arguments, and Asserting Behavior. The tools we're going to use in this module are JustMock Lite, of course, and you can get JustMock Lite from NuGet by typing install-package JustMock into the NuGet Console or by searching for JustMock in the NuGet GUI. And you can also get JustMock Lite from the Telerik website at Telerik. com/freemocking. For the test framework, we'll be using NUnit and you can get NUnit from NuGet as well by typing install-package nunit in the NuGet Console or by searching for NUnit in a NuGet GUI. And you can install NUnit from the NUnit website at www. nunit. org. The code productivity tool that we're going to be using is JustCode and this provides us a test runner, as well as navigation and refactoring a code template, and you can get a free fully functional trial at www. Telerik. com/JustCode.

Mocking with JustMock Lite Part 2
Hi and welcome back to JustMock Lite Fundamentals. I am Philip Japikse, I am your host. In this module, we're going to continue talking about some of the most commonly used features of JustMock Lite while you're writing Unit Tests. We're going to start off covering the Fluent API. We'll then talk about Mocking Properties, Mocking Indexers, Mocking Generics, Exceptions, and Events. The tools we're going to use in this module are JustMock Lite, of course, and you can get JustMock Lite from NuGet by typing install-package JustMock into the NuGet console or by searching for JustMock in the NuGet GUI. And you can also get JustMock Lite from the Telerik website at Telerik. com/freemocking. For the test framework, we'll be using NUnit and you can get NUnit from NuGet as well by typing Install-package nunit in the NuGet console or by searching for NUnit in a NuGet GUI. And you can install NUnit from the NUnit website at www. nunit. org. The code productivity tool that we're going to be using is JustCode and this provides us a test runner, as well as navigation and refactoring and code template and you can get a free fully functional trial at www. Telerik. com/JustCode.