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NUnit 3.7 new features overview

Fresh baked NUnit 3.7 version has been released less than one month ago and it’s a good time to see what’s inside our favorite test framework that we can utilize in our tests. First of all, let’s emphasize the main changes and improvements from the around 70 bugfixes and new features that NUnit authors have…

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Learn programming in a fun way with Codeasy

The idea of reviewing different online learning sources came up to me long, long time ago. I’ve been exploring different websites (well-known and unbeknown ones) and trying different approaches. Some of them are better for newbies, the other ones are better for experienced people. Many men, many minds, you know… So, I will be reviewing…

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NUnit Video Recorder has arrived!

Recently I have released the very first version of my NUnit video recorder pet project. What is this and how it can be useful for our test automation frameworks – I’m going to describe in this blog post. But before we start, let me explain what actually induced me to create this tool. I was…

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Why NUnit test context is our best friend?

In the Creating custom attributes with internal NUnit features article, I mentioned the ITest interface that gives us access to test properties. In this post, I’d like to talk a little bit more about the TestContext class and the opportunities that it brings us. First of all, let’s define some kind of challenge that we…

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How to organize custom waitings in your C# tests

Every test automation specialist may encounter a situation when he needs to wait for something in his automated tests. For example, if he is testing a desktop application, he might need to wait for its GUI to be loaded completely. Or if he is designing automated tests for a web application, he might need to…

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Creating custom attributes with internal NUnit features

Today I’m going to talk about the NUnit test framework and its hidden features. Okay, maybe “hidden” is not the completely correct word for this case because nothing is hidden in the open-source world. However, the NUnit implementation has several internal features which may be useful for those who are going to use a little…

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