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Hila Berger

Were you satisfied with these frameworks?
Have you heard about Typemock by any chance?

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Elena Author • Edited

I liked the C# ones - they were rather easy to use and rich in features at the same time. I.e., you can "expect" how many times a certain function is called, or make your mock return different values on different calls (although the syntax for that wasn't very easy).

I don't think I tried Typemocks, so can't say anything about it, unfortunately.

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Hila Berger

Thanks!
I'm asking because my team and I are working with Typemock, and your article made me realize how powerful it is.

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Elena Author

Oh how nice:)) happy I helped!

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