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Visual Studio Unit Test Generator

Posted by bsstahl on 2013-08-05 and Filed Under: development 

As a follow-up to my posts here and here on the missing “Create Unit Test” feature in VS2012, I point you to this post from the Visual Studio ALM & TFS blog announcing the Release Candidate of their new Unit Test Generator for Visual Studio.  According to the post, this extension

“…adds the “create unit test” feature back, with a focus on automating project creation, adding references and generating stubs, extensibility, and targeting of multiple test frameworks.”

I am installing the extension now and will comment on how well it works for my TDD workflow in a future post.

Tags: visual studio unit testing testing tdd 

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