Unit Testing with Silverlight
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Published: 02 Apr 2008
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In this article, Scott examines how to perform Unit testing using Beta 1 of Microsoft Silverlight 2. He provides a detailed explanation of the steps involved with the help of Visual Studio 2008 screenshots and associated source code.
by Scott Guthrie
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Introduction

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One of the important capabilities we shipped with the Beta1 release of Silverlight 2 was a unit test harness that enables you to perform both API-level and UI-level unit testing.  This testing harness is cross browser and cross platform, and can be used to quickly run and verify automated unit tests:

In addition to shipping this unit test harness for Silverlight, we also shipped the source to ~2,000 unit tests built with it that provide automated coverage for the Silverlight control source that we also shipped under a permissive license (you can take the control source, modify it, run the unit tests to verify the behavior, then re-ship the controls however you want).


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