asked on 09 Dec 2021, 06:04 AM
| edited on 13 Dec 2021, 04:35 AM
I've explored the use of Moq. I found it useful, except for the fact that it relies heavily on code style that uses dependency injection. As I'm working on some existing legacy code, it can become quite the refactoring effort. The code base also includes some assembly references that could not be addressed via Moq.
Microsoft Fakes worked great IMHO. The only downside I saw was the requirement of VS Enterprise 2019. I'm not sure if I can get my employer to pay for the $5k/yr/developer. I really liked the ability to generate fakes on an assembly directly within VS.