Wed Sep 22 2021
In my first post about the basics of the Testing API, I talked about how a Testing API can help you decrease the structural coupling between your production code and your test code. In the long run, it will save you much time! A bold claim, of course, and it sounds very theoretical. To provide you with more depth than just a basic concept, I want to show you today how you can implement a Testing API with .NET. Therefore I want to look at the following aspects in more detail today:
How to Integrate the Testing API into a given architecture? How to implement the Testing API with .NET? How to structure your Test project?
If you need more information about the basics of a Testing API and what it’s good for, check out my first post of this series!
You can read the full post at codequality.rocks