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  • NUnit 3 Brings Extensibility and Parallel Execution: Interview with Charlie Poole

    NUnit 3 was recently released, bringing parallel execution and extensibility to the .NET testing framework. InfoQ reached out with Charlie Poole, maintainer of NUnit for over 10 years, to learn more about this release.

  • Quick Unit Test Generation Returns to Visual Studio

    Easy access unit test generation functionality returns to Visual Studio 2012 and 2013 Preview based on a tool produced the Visual Studio ALM Rangers. Multiple unit test frameworks and C#/VB .NET are supported.

  • Visual Studio Unit Test Generator with MSTest, NUnit, XUnit Support

    The recently released, Visual Studio Unit Test Generator includes support for multiple test framework and enables you to unit test applications directly from within Visual Studio 2012 and 2013.

  • Visual Studio 11 Beta Supports Multiple Test Frameworks

    NUnit,, QUnit, Jasmine, Chutzpah are all supported in the Visual Studio 11 Beta along with MSUnit, promising better choice and over-all unit-testing experience for developers. And the list is expected to get bigger towards the final release of VS 11.

  • NUnit’s Action Attributes Simplify Unit Test Writing

    The latest release of NUnit showcases Action Attributes, a feature which enables the orchestration of test actions across suites, tests, and test cases. Developers can arrange the execution of setup, teardown, and other testing side-effects by applying Action Attributes, which encapsulate test actions, to classes, interfaces, methods, and assemblies within their test projects.

  • Spring.NET 1.3: VS.NET Solution Templates, MSTest Support and Spring Integration.NET

    A new version of the Spring.NET framework, version 1.3, was recently released. InfoQ spoke with Mark Pollack, founder and lead of the Spring.NET project, to learn more about this release and what new capabilities it brings, and also to learn more about the new Spring Integration.NET project.

  • 23 .NET Open Source Projects

    Eric Nelson, a Developer Evangelist for Microsoft and Technical Editor of MSDN UK Flash, has compiled a list of 23 .NET open source projects mostly based on recommendations sent by UK developers. Other great projects did not make it into the list, while Microsoft’s contribution include: ASP.NET MVC, DLR, IronRuby, IronPython, MEF.

  • NUnit 2.5 had been Released

    After nearly a year's work, NUnit 2.5 has finally released. This release includes: Data-Driven Tests, Inline Expected Exception Tests, Generic and Lambda support, Out of process execution of tests and Source Code Display.

  • Gallio .NET Test Automation Platform

    Gallio is an automation platform targeting .NET test frameworks. Instead of each test framework creating its own toolset, including an automation API and test runner, Gallio seeks to provide a neutral, extensible platform with tools and automation services that can be leveraged by any test framework.

  • NUnit 2.5 Alpha released

    NUnit one of the original .NET Unit Testing frameworks has just released its 2.5 Alpha. Altough there is only a minor version number change there are a significant number of new features, including: Support for Data Driven Tests, a Parallel Test Runner, ...

  • White: A New Windows UI Developer Testing Framework

    The White project is an automated testing framework for Win32, WinForm, WPF and SWT (java) applications. Use it in combination with your favorit xUnit framework just like WatiN to perform user acceptance testing.

  • - Next Generation of Unit Testing Frameworks?

    Jim Newkirk, creator of NUnit, has announced a new Unit Testing Framework called The proclaimed successor to NUnit is supposed to get rid of NUnit's mistakes and shortcomings and add some best practices and extensibility to the framework.

  • Book Excerpt: How to Improve your Continuous Testing

    Continuous Integration has become a standard development best practice - but it's not always done well. Tests take up much of an application's build time, and poorly constructed test suites can cause long builds, whereupon teams start to circumvent agreed-upon CI practices just get the time to code. InfoQ presents advice and examples in Chapter 6: Continuous Testing from a new CI book.

  • Microsoft and Agile - Divergent Agendas?

    Martin Fowler has questioned Microsoft's grip on leading-edge developers. MS has threatened one developer with legal action over his TestDriven.Net extension for VisualStudio Express, and MS development of an incompatible rival to NUnit has alienated many developers. Is there a widening divide between MS and the Agile community, as each pursues different a vision? Now's the time to speak up.