• .NET

    Abstracting Dependencies with JustMock

    Unit tests are most effective when the System Under Test is isolated from its dependencies.  The best way to isolate your code (and make your code more SOLID) is through dependency injection. But even if you follow the rules of SOLID and inject all of the necessary dependencies in as interfaces, you are still faced with the fact that you depend on them. In order to test your code, something concrete has to be passed into the code in order for it to even compile.  Your production code will most likely use a factory to create concrete instances of the dependent interfaces, but that...
    October 31, 2012