This tutorial refactors the test to use the new Assert class.
- [Voiceover] In this example,…I'll re-factor my code to use the new assert class.…I'll start by changing the code,…in the test the payment date class.…I no longer need this return value of type unit test info,…because it's happening inside the assert class.…I'm getting that information and storing it,…in this observable collection.…So, I can delete this and change that into a void,…return type.…I'll do that for the other two methods.…I also don't need the line of code,…where I'm declaring an instance of unit test info,…or the last line in the method,…where I'm returning the value.…
I'll do the same thing for the other two methods.…Now the next step is to call my assert method.…I'll need three parameters.…The first one is the future date.…The second one is sample date add days 30.…And the third value is the error message string.…I don't need the fourth parameter.…
Do you remember why?…Because on the fourth parameter,…I'm using the caller member name attribute,…so that means that dot net will figure out the method name,…
- Examining types of frameworks
- Choosing a naming convention
- Creating unit tests
- Running unit tests with Visual Studio
- Modifying and correcting code
- Handling exceptions
- Installing and using nUnit
- Viewing test results with CodeLens
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 08/22/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover live unit testing and creating a project with the unit test framework.
1. Create a Simple Unit Test Framework
2. Unit Testing Conventions
Choose a naming convention5m 59s
3. Work with Visual Studio Unit Testing Framework
4. Work with xUnit
5. Work with nUnit
6. Additional Topics
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