130 packages returned for Tags:"mstest"

Fluent Assertions
A very extensive set of extension methods that allow you to more naturally specify the expected outcome of a TDD or BDD-style unit tests. Targets .NET Framework 4.5 and 4.7, as well as .NET Standard 1.3, 1.6 and 2.0. Supports the unit test frameworks MSTest, MSTest2, Gallio, NUnit,... More information
This is MSTest V2, the evolution of Microsoft's Test Framework. Supported platforms: - .NET 4.5.0+ - .NET Core 1.0+ (Universal Windows Apps 10+, DNX Core 5+) - ASP.NET Core 1.0+ To discover and execute tests install MSTest.TestAdapter. To discover and execute tests for project.json based... More information
ReportUnit - Report Generator for NUnit, MsTest, xUnit, TestNG and Gallio
ReportUnit is a report generator for the test-runner family. It uses stock reports from NUnit, MSTest, xUnit, TestNG and Gallio and converts them HTML reports with dashboards.
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  • last updated 4/17/2018
  • Latest version: 2.3.2
  • specflow mstest
Package to setup SpecFlow for use with MsTest. Does not install MsTest and should be installed into a Test-project template
Assert Exceptions in MSTest
An extendible implementation of the Assert class in MSTest. Allows for extending the Assert methods with the default MSTest methods as a default. Includes a: * Throws() method for asserting exceptions. * ThrowsAsync() method for asserting exceptions for async methods. INSTRUCTIONS: In... More information
This package contains full set of binaries for the Visual Studio Test Platform (vstest). vstest provides a modern, cross platform testing engine that also powers the testing on .NET Core. Supports the following popular test frameworks - MSTest(v1 and v2), xUnit and Nunit with support for... More information
NSpectator is a ready-to-use solution for development using .NET with Context/Specification flavor. Toolset is intended to be used to drive development through specifying behavior and interaction at the unit level. NSpectator has no dependencies. Feel free to use any assertion library.