Once you’ve moved to Visual Studio 2012, what’s a developer to do without the Create Unit Tests feature?
Based on the high demand on User Voice for this feature to be restored, the Visual Studio ALM Rangers have introduced the Unit Test Generator Visual Studio Extension. The 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.We envision the following benefits for the Visual Studio community:
Quickly get to writing test code, not having to worry about setting up projects and files.
Customize the unit test code generation using a context menu, ensuring that generated tests better match your naming schemes.
Generate unit test stubs against multiple frameworks so that you can use any framework you like.
Message from our product owner Joshua Weber
I’m excited about the value this ALM Rangers team has delivered. This project works to not just bring back the core functionality and value from the old version but stretches to enhance it by supporting multiple frameworks and a more configurable test generation environment.
Please send candid feedback!
Which features do you need in the next version? What do you like and dislike in the current version?
We can’t wait to hear from you, and learn more about your experience using the add-in. Here are some ways to connect with us:
- Ask a question on the respective CodePlex discussion forum.
- Contact me on my blog or email.
- Submit a suggestion on UserVoice, using the Rangers Project category tag.
- Exploring the Unit Test Generator VS Extension v1.RC
- Unit Test Generator under the bonnet (hood) … aka vsarUnitTestFx …
- Understanding the ALM Rangers
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- ALM Rangers community