In this DNN Development Tips series I have blogged quite a bit about testing. But how can we ensure our classes are testable?
In a previous article in this series of blog posts, I introduced Moq (Mock-you) – the mocking framework we are using in DNN to generate Mock objects for testing.
In a previous article in this series of blog posts, I described the different Test Doubles that can be used when unit testing your application.
One of the tenets of Unit Testing is that in order to test a piece of code we often need to create some alternate implementation of one or more of the Interfaces involved in a test. This concept is generally called a Test Double. However there are many types of Test Double, and there is some degree of confusion about the types of doubles used.