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NUnit tests comparing WebClient sync, async and lazy loading

In short:

  • synchronous loading loads items 1 by 1 – it is the slowest.
  • lazy loading starts loading when data is asked – it is faster and you get first result back quickly.
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NUnit attributes

This is one of those entries for something which should be easy to remember, but, alas, I constantly forget: which NUnit attributes should I decorate my unit test classes with. 59 more words



The purpose of “UNIT TEST” is understood by various people differently. I would suggest not to rely on any of the specific articles on internet and not follow those materials blindly. 681 more words

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Sitecore Unit Testing is not a Success or is IT ?

On November 28, 2013 I came across this question on StackOverflow – Sitecore Unit Testing is not a success? Luckily I could answer it and provide information to the user… 452 more words


Automated Test Results in a Nice Format: NUnit Orange Delivers

NUnit Orange: What is it and why might we use it?  For me it was a simple dilemma I had, when our automated tests executed I didn’t want to manually be told about it, I wanted something which was delivered to me in a fashion was readable and easy to understand for everyone on the team.   255 more words


How to debug Nunit Testcase methods in Visual Studio?

1. Choose test explorer option in Test -> Windows as shown below.

2. Now the TestExplorer will be added to left side of the pane. 37 more words


What is Nunit?

NUnit is a unit-testing framework for all .Net languages. Initially ported from JUnit, the current production release, version 2.6, is the seventh major release of this xUnit based unit testing tool for Microsoft .NET. 242 more words