Testing Controllers in ASP.NET MVC
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by Manning Publications
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The final point you will want to pay attention to is pain. If your tests start to become painful, there is something wrong. The tests should enable development, not slow it down. If you are in a situation where you start to think that you could move faster without writing the tests, look for some technique errors or bad design in the production code. Get a peer to review the code. Correctly managed design and tests enable a fast sustained speed of development while poor testing techniques cause development to slow down to a point where testing is abandoned. At that point, it is back to painstaking, time-intensive manual testing.

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