Category Archives: .Net

Unit Testing your Repositories–the code

In the previous post I started to write about how to set up your unit tests in the repository code. The title was (maybe a bit misleading) “Unit testing your Repositories”. So I had to promise to write an article … Continue reading

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Unit testing your Repositories

The problem We have created our data layer, and of course we want to test it. It is very hard to use a (physical) database to test your code. There are some problems with this (commonly used) approach: Unit tests … Continue reading

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Creating an OData V4 service

I’m writing an agenda application, where the data can be delivered to the calendar control using either REST or OData V4. I choose the latter because this will allow for much more flexibility afterwards. I already have an MVC 5 … Continue reading

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Using the repository pattern

In most applications database access is necessary. In .NET there are 2 main ways of doing this: ADO.NET or using the Entity Framework. Of course there are great 3rd party libraries like NHibernate that do the trick as well, and … Continue reading

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Mocking functionality using MOQ

What is wrong with this code? class Program { static void Main(string[] args) { DateTime dob = new DateTime(1967, 7, 9); int days = CalcDays(dob); Console.WriteLine($”Days: {days}”); }     private static int CalcDays(DateTime dob) { return (DateTime.Today – dob).Days; } … Continue reading

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Grasshopper Unit testing

“I have created my code, split out some functionality and written the tests. But the mocks have become a real mess, and much more work than I had thought it would be. Can you help me, Sensei?” “Of course. Show … Continue reading

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Let IntelliTest generate your tests!

We corrected our function to calculate the GCD so that it now runs correctly. But is the function correct in all the cases? Have we really tested everything? It would be nice if there was a tool that could tell … Continue reading

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