• .NET

    R2 2017 of JustMock Comes with Visual Studio 2017 Support

    The newest release of JustMock features support for Visual Studio 2017, so now you can combine your favorite IDE with your favorite mocking tool and produce outstanding software.
  • .NET

    See What's Cooking-JustMock for Devices Beta Available

    JustMock for Devices is a version of JustMock that allows you to use the familiar JustMock syntax to create, arrange and use mocks in tests that run on devices. It supports Windows Phone and Xamarin Android/iOS and works both in the emulator/simulator and on the devices. You can use it both with Visual Studio on Windows and with Xamarin Studio on Mac. The feature set of JustMock for Devices is similar to that of JustMock Lite – you can mock interfaces, virtual members on classes that can be sub-classed and delegates. All arrangement and assertion features are supported except a few exotic ones (e.g. Wait.For, SetInterceptionFilter) The package will be delivered through the JustMock and JustMock Trial installers. Now it is available in the latest internal build of JustMock in a Beta stage. Installation in all cases is done through the NuGet package manager, but you need to install JustMock first.
  • .NET

    JustMock is Getting a Facelift

    With the Q1 2015 release JustMock continues to evolve. It comes with a few exciting new features: Mocking Containers Integration (MEF or Unity for dependency injection) Entity Framework (EF) integration Improved Integration with TFS 2013 and TFS 2012 Download the latest version to try out the new features or read more about them on the What’s New page. We also wanted to make the mocking API cleaner. To make that possible, a few important changes will follow.
  • .NET

    JustMock Lite Just Got Even Better

    March 25, 2014 Share
    We are open sourcing JustMock Lite and giving it to the community. We are giving you the chance to see and improve upon the JustMock Lite source code and share your changes with others. Now you can easily add any functionality that you need and want. We are sure you can make JustMock Lite even better.
  • Testing & ALM

    30 Days of TDD – Day 23 – Mocking… FROM THE FUTURE!

    November 20, 2013 Share
    The examples I’ve been working with for this series have assumed that you are doing "Green Field” development. This means that we are writing an application from scratch and can make sure all of the things that make code testable are incorporated into our design from the start. The biggest one of these things being the user of dependency injection. But what if you are working on “legacy” code that still uses static dependencies and not dependency injection? Is TDD and unit testing out of reach due to a decision made at the beginning of the project? Not necessarily.