January 2016 Release
The Q1 2016 release of JustMock comes with stability and usability improvements such as better strict mock violation messages and preventing incorrect usage patterns. We’ve also improved its integration with Visual Studio 2015.
September 2015 Release
Through the dynamic keyword available in .NET 4 JustMock lets you arrange, assert and call private members with a natural syntax, just as if you’re working with public members.
Mocked methods that return Task are now automatically arranged so that awaiting them works and feels just like working with regular non-async members.
Add a custom message to your expectations or assertions to get an immediate explanation of the situation when a unit test fails.
June 2015 Release
JustMock for Devices 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 with Visual Studio on Windows and Xamarin Studio on Mac.
Find out more in this blog post.
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