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Microsoft provides WinUI assist to MSTest


Microsoft has up to date its MSTest testing framework for .NET, enhancing it with WinUI assist and greatest practices for Roslyn-based code analyzers.

The corporate introduced MSTest 3.4 on June 5. The MSTest framework could be accessed through NuGet.

With MSTest 3.4, assist for WinUI framework functions is added to MSTest.Runner. With this enchancment, a venture pattern is obtainable and work is below strategy to simplify testing of unpackaged WinUI functions. Microsoft additionally has improved the check runner’s efficiency by utilizing built-in System.Textual content.Json for .NET relatively than Jsonite and by caching command line choices.

For MSTest.Analyzers, a set of code analyzers for the Roslyn compiler platform that ships with MSTest, Microsoft has added 9 guidelines to cowl widespread greatest practices and pitfalls. The principles are meant to make sure appropriate use of assertions and attributes, assist implement design preferences, and provide different enhancements.

Additionally in MSTest 3.4, Microsoft has mounted a longstanding request to assist STA threads in MSTest for VSTest and MSTest.Runner for all supported goal frameworks. Plans name for bettering the expertise by having some particular assessments or check lessons run in STA thread mode. Microsoft additionally has launched the power to outline timeouts on fixture strategies, similar to AssemblyInitiative, AssemblyCleanup, ClassCleanup, and TestCleanup. This gives extra management over check execution.

Microsoft additionally has added [Timeout] assist to all fixture strategies in MSTest 3.4, together with initialize and cleanup strategies. Additionally added was STA thread assist for UI assessments. Each have been points reported by customers and the group. Testing with Playwright and Aspire has been simplified by eradicating venture boilerplate. And for the MSTest SDK, builders not have to explicitly add utilizing Microsoft VisualStudio.TestTools.UnitTesting in recordsdata. Plus, pattern tasks illustrating use the SDK have been enhanced.

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