By implementing this feature, we enable Azure Pipeline task to execute unit tests regardless of the targeted .NET version, whether it’s framework or core. With this improvement we make the client experience consistent.
The integration with Visual Studio code coverage is one of most used integrations for JustMock. Considering this and the upward trend of newly developed .NET Core applications, we’ve extended our support for integration between JustMock and Visual Studio code coverage for .NET Core.
The MockingContainer is IoC (Inversion of Control) container. Until now it lacks the functionalities for arranging and asserting that a property has been set. We’ve implemented these functionalities to allow developers to remove the hacks they’ve used to achieve arranging and asserting a property set operation.
We’ve extended the supported test platform options with Visual Studio 2019 within Azure Pipeline task of JustMock extension for the Azure DevOps. This is underlying feature that enables us to implement the support for executing .NET Core tests.
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