How To Use The Isolated.Design Property

As you probably know by now, we’ve added a new Design property to the Isolated attribute.The Design property controls how the Isolate APsI work in different circumstances. The default, implicit value, depends on the version ...

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The Test You Regret: The Check-It-All

Sometimes, we get lazy. Or mask it under “productivity” or even “DRY”. We’ve already got a passing test, we look at it, and we say: for my next test, I’ll need the same “Arrange” and ...

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The Test You Regret: AA Tests

I was thinking: Why not post about test anti-patterns? Then, after I got this cool title, I knew I couldn’t pass this up. Tests, like everything in life, have both patterns and anti-patterns. Anti-patterns are ...

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No More Buts

“Doesn’t unit testing add code effort?” If I had a dollar for every time I was asked that question…. People use this as an excuse not to begin writing tests. I used to say: “You ...

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How To Improve Your Tests

This Wednesday we’re running a webinar on the top 5 questions asked in unit testing. And, hopefully, we’ll have some answers We’ve done some groundwork, asking people what they are interested in, and for experienced ...

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How To Mock C Functions with Isolator++

Do you know the TIOBE survey? Every month it shows the usage of programming languages world wide. And coming in in first place this month is… C! That’s right. There’s so much development still being ...

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What’s new with Isolator++?

We’ve been pretty silent about Isolator++ for a while. But that doesn’t mean we’re not working on improving it to make it the best C/C++ mocking framework out there. Our work was done on the ...

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How To Organize Your Tests

Code Testing Tools Impact Your Effectiveness How to Be More Effective with Code Testing It starts out pretty simple. You want to start writing tests, so you create a library. Before you know it, you’ve ...

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What Is Test Driven Development

Time to go basic again. Let’s talk about TDD. Test Driven Development has been practiced for a while. One of the practices in Extreme Programming was Test-First (more than a decade ago): Code the unit ...

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The Difference Between Automated and Manual Testing

** Isolator V7.4.3 is our DeLorean DMC-12 to your inner Marty McFly – Give it a (unit)-test drive now ** It may seem that the answer is quite clear. With manual testing, you need a person. For automated ...

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