Telerik JustMock ships support for the latest release candidate version of .NET 5.
We’ve enabled developers to execute Code Coverage over their .NET Core unit tests in JustMock Azure Pipeline Task.
The JustMock DebugWindow now supports multiple instances of Visual Studio.
Everything you need to know when starting a Blazor, ASP.NET Core, .NET 5, Xamarin or desktop project
If you’ve never done Test Driven Development or aren’t even sure what this "crazy TDD stuff” is all about than this is the series for you. Read and try!
In this guide to unit testing Blazor components, we'll cover everything from setting up your projects to simple unit test examples and a master-detail scenario.
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I recently dropped another leading mocking tool in favor of JustMock. I was never happy with the other tool’s syntax but I couldn’t find anything else on the market. I’ve found JustMock is a much more pleasant experience.
When isolating methods for testing gets difficult when trying to test against legacy code or databases, JustMock really starts to set itself apart. Its features such as MsCorlib, Sealed, Static, Private method and Entity Framework mocking make the seemingly untestable, testable.
I've used a series of mocking tools and I believe that the API for JustMock is the most mature that I've encountered so far. The highest praise that I can give a framework tool is to say that its semantics are readable enough that you don't think about them at all as you're reading the code, and this is true with JustMock.