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fluentassertions - Fluent Assertions is a set of


Fluent Assertions is a set of .NET extension methods that allow you to more naturally specify the expected outcome of a TDD or BDD-style test. We currently use it in all our internal and client projects, and it is used in many open-source projects. It runs on .NET 4.0, 4.5, 4.6, CoreClr, .NET Native, Windows 8.1, Silverlight 5, Windows Phone 8.0 and UWP. It supports the unit test frameworks MSTest, MSTest2, NUnit, XUnit, MBUnit, Gallio, NSpec and MSpec.

Cake - (C# Make) is a cross platform build automation system


Cake (C# Make) is a build automation system with a C# DSL to do things like compiling code, copy files/folders, running unit tests, compress files and build NuGet packages. Cake is built on top of the Roslyn compiler which enables you to write your build scripts in C#. It supports the most common tools used during builds such as MSBuild, MSTest, xUnit, NUnit, NuGet, ILMerge, WiX and SignTool out of the box.




xUnitForms


xUnitForms is a xUnit extension for unit and acceptance testing of Windows Forms applications. It makes you easier for writing automated tests for your Windows Forms classes. It's developed in C# 3.5, xUnit 1.1 and referred to NUnitForms.

tsUnit - TypeScript Unit Testing Framework


tsUnit is a unit testing framework for TypeScript, written in TypeScript. It allows you to encapsulate your test functions in classes and modules.

devices.xunit - xUnit.net Runners for Devices


These runners enable xUnit.net tests to run on iOS and Android devices with Xamarin and on any UWP device.The xUnit.net Device Runners are a sub-project of xUnit.net under the .NET Foundation. It is licensed under the Apache 2 license, which is approved by the OSI.


xamarinstudio.xunit - xUnit.net support for Xamarin Studio


Integrates xUnit.NET into the MonoDevelop / Visual Studio for Mac IDE.The history about the development of this extension can be found here.

FsUnit - FsUnit makes unit-testing with F# more enjoyable


FsUnit is a set of libraries that makes unit-testing with F# more enjoyable. It adds a special syntax to your favorite .NET testing framework. FsUnit currently supports NUnit, MbUnit, xUnit, and MsTest.GitHub makes collaboration very easy. To get involved with FsUnit, simply follow the directions provided by GitHub to fork this repository, then implement lots of cool stuff, and finally send a pull request.

ChainingAssertion - Method Chaining base UnitTesting Extension Methods and Dynamic Private Accessor for MSTest, NUnit, xUnit


easy to write, you can use only one method.if you want to use CollectionAssert Methods then use Linq to Objects and Is.

jsonnetunit - Unit testing framework for Jsonnet


Jsonnetunit is a unit test framework for Jsonnet. Then, just evaluate your test file with jsonnet.

junit-report-builder - Aimed at making it easier to build Jenkins compatible JUnit XML reports in plugins for testing frameworks


A project aimed at making it easier to build Jenkins compatible XML based JUnit reports. Please refer to the e2e_spec.coffee for more details on the usage.

resharper-xunit-templates - ReSharper Live Templates for xUnit.net


This extension adds various Live Templates for xUnit.net to ReSharper. Check out the README for details on the available templates.

SpecFlow


SpecFlow.xUnitAdapter is an xUnit adapter for SpecFlow that allows running scenarios without code generation. See my blog post (http://gasparnagy.com/2017/04/specflow-without-code-behind-files/) for more information and background, you can also look at the complete example at https://github.com/gasparnagy/SpecFlow.xUnitAdapter/tree/master/sample/MyCalculator or watch the video demo on YouTube.

qunit-reporter-junit - A QUnit plugin for producing JUnit-style XML test reports.


A QUnit plugin that produces JUnit-style XML test reports (e.g. for integration into build tools like Jenkins). With this new API (as of v1.1.0), you can even register a callback after the tests have finished and still successfully receive the data (so long as the "qunit-reporter-junit.js" script was included before the test run began).

xunit-file - Basically the same reporter as mocha's xunit reporter, but writes the output in a file.


Basically the same reporter as mocha's xunit reporter, but writes the output to a file. The xunit.xml output is saved in process.cwd()/xunit.xml by default.

spec-xunit-file - Mocha reporter which displays Spec output and generates xunit XML file


Mocha test reporter. Displays 'spec' reporter output to stdout and generates a xunit XML file in background. Set LOG_XUNIT environment variable, if you want the output in the console and xml file.