It’s no secret that the .NET community has a lot to learn as far as unit testing is concerned. One of the contributing factors to unit testing adaptation is tool support – it’s not secret that if developers can crate and run tests easily form the comfort of their development environment (i.e. Visual Studio). But why settle for the bare minimum? wouldn’t you like your tests to run “automatically” each time you change your code?
This is why Rapid-Dev has been created – it’s a Visual Studio Add-in that monitors your solution and makes sure that each time you change part of your code the relevant unit tests are executed to make sure that you haven’t broken anything.
The tool is has reached a stage were we wanted to share it in order to get feedback and suggestions from actual users.
More information about the tool can be found at:
Labels: .NET, Tools, Unit tests