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Webinar – Speeding Up the development of SharePoint Web Parts

Many Web Parts in SharePoint render for capturing data that is stored in a SharePoint list. This means that to test the Web Part you have to load the the Web Part within a SharePoint ...

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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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How To Name Your First Test

After your loving grandfather, of course. Just kidding. Naming tests correctly is a skill that can determine the effectiveness of your tests. Yes, really. Effective tests do two things: warn you on the first sign ...

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How-To: Returning a Class By Value with Isolator++

Isolator++ has two ways to return stuff for a method. It has the ReturnVal to return values, and ReturnPtr to return pointers to objects. What about returning a class by value? Though there’s no API ...

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“Why Too Much Mocking is Bad” and Other Questions

Last webinar, “10 secret unit testing tips” was a blast. There were many questions, some I’ve answered. But then I’ve looked at the clock, and discovered I neglected to answer a few. And since I’m ...

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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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Test-Driven-Development with SharePoint 2010 By Andreas Rudolf Aschauer, BSc

Andreas Aschauer studied Software Engineering at Vienna Technical University. Besides his studies he worked as a developer and consultant for .NET framework based solutions for various international corporations. Since 2009 he is a Development Trainer ...

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Faking WCF Async Calls – Part II

In the last post, I simulated an asynchronous call to WCF, by setting custom code behavior on the Begin and End. But that’s not enough. I want to make that even shorter and readable. And ...

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WCF tip – How to fake a method inside WebOperationContext

One of our customers had a very interesting problem. When using he needed to set WCF’s WebOperationContext.Current.IncomingRequest.UserAgent to return a specific string. Usually this would not have been a problem using the AAA API: 1: ...

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Starting Test-driven Development using Typemock Isolator – Part 1

There are a lot of good tutorials on how to start Test driven development (TDD) that help understanding how he can start using this software development methodology. Unfortunately most of those tutorials explain how to ...

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