.NET Unit Testing with Typemock Isolator                

Typemock Isolator.NET makes it easy to unit test any .NET code that calls any dependency: ASP.NET, SharePoint, databases, web services, or someone else’s code. You can unit test your code without changing it for the purpose of testing.

The problem with unit testing .NET
Unit testing is not an easy task. You’d like to write tests to protect you from making mistakes as you’re fixing bugs, or adding a feature in someone else’s code. The immediate feedback you get from unit tests can save you a lot of work (not to mention risk). The problem is that most existing code is not built to be tested. It calls out to different dependencies - Frameworks like .NET, SharePoint or WCF. It calls the database or the file system. Testing such code requires big configurations and run very slowly.

In addition, tests such as these are very sensitive to code changes. You’ll spend more time on rewriting the tests, rather than work on the production code.

So how can we write isolated .NET unit tests that run quickly and are not difficult to manage?

Typemock Isolator's solution
Unit testing .NET code requires isolation from the dependencies. With Typemock Isolator you can write unit tests for your logic, without changing ANY of the code. Typemock Isolator helps simulate any .NET calls to dependencies such as SharePoint or ASP.NET. Tests written with Isolator are less likely to break because of code changes. Your tests run quickly, giving you the confidence that your code works correctly. You can now change the code without fear of breaking the code. 

Download a free trial of Typemock's .NET Unit Testing tool to start writing your own .NET tests or click through our resources below for all the information and support you need to effectively unit test in .NET.


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.NET Unit Testing Resources:

  • Articles - Read about Isolator and learn how to improve your .NET unit testing.
  • Case Studies - Discover how businesses have benefitted by implementing Isolator in their teams and learn the ROI of .NET unit testing
  • Webinars - Watch our webinars to learn how to write better .NET unit tests and be more agile
  • Online Docs - Read the documentation and get help using Typemock Isolator