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SpecsFor 7.0 Released!

SpecsFor 7 final is here!

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SpecsFor 6 Released. So is Version 7.

Both SpecsFor 6 and 7 are now available. SpecsFor 6 brings support for .NET Core, while SpecsFor 7 extends support to Autofac.

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SpecsFor Mega Update

There’s actually news in the world of SpecsFor! .NET Standard support has arrived, plans for the next version are becoming a little more concrete… read on if you want to catch up!

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SpecsFor and SpecsFor.Mvc Updated!

Thanks to some nice pull requests by Gheorghe Bulicanu, both SpecsFor and SpecsFor.Mvc have been updated! SpecsFor 5.0.1 fixes the annoying issue regarding incompatibility with NUnit 3.0. The SpecsFor now correctly restricts to versions less than 3.0 (which isn’t currently supported.) SpecsFor.Mvc 4.8.0 includes updated Selenium WebDriver support, which will work with the latest versions…

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A Simple Trick to View Data in SQL Server While Your Specs Are Running

It’s ridiculously easy to do integration testing against Entity Framework and a real database when you are using SpecsFor.   I use SpecsFor to do all my integration testing.   But it occurred to me that I’ve never publicly documented one of the common tricks I use: viewing data in the test database while the specs are…

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SpecsFor, SpecsFor Helpers, and SpecsFor All Updated!

There are lots of small fixes and improvements across the SpecsFor suite today.  Let’s take a look! [more] SpecsFor 4.4.0 First, the Any.NonNullValueOf partial matcher now works with nullable types! SUT.ShouldLookLike(() => new TestObject { OptionalDate = Any.NonNullValueOf<DateTime?>() }) I also added two new Should extension methods for checking IEnumerables for ascending/descending values: Assert.DoesNotThrow(() =>…

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SpecsFor Updates!

New versions of both SpecsFor.Web.Helpers and SpecsFor.Mvc rolled out this week, thanks to the contributions of two users from the community. [more] First, Dan Patterson was kind enough to improve the Fake* objects, making it possible to simulate AJAX requests.  He added two new interfaces that can be used for configuring the behavior of the…

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SpecsFor – Better Partial Matching for Dates

I just shipped a small update to SpecsFor that improves the partial-matching story when dealing with dates. [more] Prior to this update, if you wanted to see if a DateTime value was “near” the current time, you had to do something like this: obj.ShouldLookLike(() => new TestObject { DateTimeValue = Some.ValueInRange(DateTime.Now.AddSeconds(-1), DateTime.Now) }) With version…

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Using SpecsFor.Mvc with Windows Authentication

Numerous people have requested that I put together a sample that illustrates how to use SpecsFor.Mvc with Windows Authentication.  Guess what’s in this post? [more] Specifying your own ApplicationHost.config file for SpecsFor.Mvc to use is the secret to getting Windows Authentication to work.  I’m going to assume you’ve already got your web project configured to…

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SpecsFor.Mvc 4.5.0 Released!

A new build of SpecsFor.Mvc is now available on NuGet!  This release was made possible by contributions from the community, so a big “Thank You!” goes out to henkeson and neuhoffm!  Their contributions added support for: Project configurations that have non-standard solution locations (just call Solution.Named() or pass in the path to your solution directly!)…

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