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NUnit for Silverlight: Runs on Windows Phone 7, too

Yesterday I’ve hauled the “big” laptop home from work and tried plugging the unofficial port of the NUnit unit testing framework for Silverlight into Windows Phone 7. Jeff Wilcox had added support for Windows Phone 7 into his Silverlight unit

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NUnit for Silverlight 2.5.8

Christian finally got an update for NUnit for Silverlight together.

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NUnit for Silverlight: Skipping 2.5.7

I just looked at porting NUnit 2.5.7 for Silverlight, but decided on skipping this release. Inside the NUnit framework itself, there are hardly any changes except some minor refactoring. The only significant addition is a TestContext class that provides information

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NUnit for Silverlight, now with data driven tests

Here’s the next drop of my inofficial port of the NUnit unit test framework for Silverlight. It supports NUnit 2.5.5 on Silverlight 3 and 4, and I’ve added support for Jeff Wilcox’ port of the April version of the Silverlight

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Yesterday’s Good and Bad in Silverlight

Silverlight 4 crashes Christian’s development box, but unit tests have just gotten more beautiful.

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NUnit for Silverlight updated: NUnit 2.5.5, Silverlight 4

Christian’s updated NUnit for Silverlight to NUNit 2.5.5 and Silverlight 4.

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Visual Studio 2010 Express – No tests, please.

Christian wonders why it costs $550 to run a unit test in Visual Studio.

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Unit testing the IAsyncResult pattern

The IAsnycResult pattern is a way of executing asynchronous operations using a BeginOperation and an EndOperation method. You can either use a callback or a wait handle to complete an operation. Although it is a little less intuitive than the

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Free NUnit integration for Visual Studio

It’s been around for half a year now, but I totally missed that there is a free&open tool out there that lets you run NUnit tests from within Visual Studio. The thing is called Visual NUnit (documentation and download available

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Running NUnit 2.53 tests for Silverlight

Jeff Wilcox has described in this article how to make NUnit tests run in the Silverlight unit testing framework. That article provides all the groundwork for what you need to do: Compile a version of the NUnit framework that runs

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