Unit testing SharePoint

Francis has an article on Unit Testing SharePoint 2007 Applications He also did a brownbag talk on this yesterday, which was very interesting and brought up a few big challenges and ways to work around them. Enjoy

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Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity – Actually Adding Unity

This is the fifth post in a series. The other post include: Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity – Intro. Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity – Adding an ICompositionContainer Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity – Clean Up ICompositionContainer Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity -…

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Smart Client Software Factory – April 2008 Release is available on MSDN

The April 2008 release of the Smart Client Software Factory is now available at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa480482.aspx.  This is a port of the last release (May 2007, if I recall correctly) to VS2008.  No new features were added.  A few bugs were fixed, and a number of work items from CodePlex were closed. This release supports Enterprise Library 3.1.  It does…

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Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity – Ummmm…Oooops.

This is the forth post in a series. The other post include Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity – Intro. Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity – Adding an ICompositionContainer Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity – Clean Up ICompositionContainer If you want background, go read the earlier posts….

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Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity – Clean Up ICompositionContainer

This is the third post in a series. The other post include Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity – Intro. Converting the Composite Web Application Block to Unity – Adding an ICompositionContainer If you want background, go read the earlier posts. Based upon feedback, I am making the source code available at CWAB…

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Unity Shipped

I am a little late to the party, but Unity shipped last week. Here are a few other posts about it: Grigori: Unity DI container 1.0 shipped! Chris: Unity 1.0 is released! I have used Unity in an internal project here at p&p, as well as a proof of concept re-write of CWAB using Unity. …

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Data-mining for Code Quality Metrics

I spent two weeks between full time projects (still working on the 2 part time projects I am on) looking back at the build logs from the past 6 months (or so) trying to figure out what metrics we have, what we should track going forward, and what goals we should have for these metrics.  …

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Web Client Software Factory February 2008 Ships!

I know that folks have been reading about the Web Client Software Factory on Blaine’s blog and on Glenn’s blog.  Blaine posted about what we planned to include, back in December with Next version of Web Client Software Factory (WCSF).  Glenn had the post at the end of January, Web Client 2.0 closer than you…

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Unit testing is evolving

Jim Newkirk (of nUnit fame and one of the Microsoft folks behind www.CodePlex.com ) has been blogging about unit testing in forever ( most recently: Why you should not use Setup and Teardown in NUnit ).  Now, Jim and Brad Wilson are putting action to his words and codifying lessons learned over the years by…

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Using the Testable Object Pattern

Wow.  Five posts on unit testing and/or EDD in a row… this has got to be a record. Brad has a great post on the Testable Object Pattern.  I’ve used this pattern on my own code without realizing it, as I also don’t like “magic” setup and tear down methods that rely on a particular…

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