Top 20 NuGet mspec Packages

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Machine.Specifications (MSpec) adapter for .NET Framework and .NET Core including dotnet cli (dotnet test), Visual Studio IDE, TFS, Visual Studio Online, Visual Studio Team Services.
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Machine.Fakes attempts to simplify the usage of such frameworks on top of Machine.Specifications by helping to reduce a lot of the typical fake framwork related clutter code in specifications. If you choose so, Machine.Fakes even helps you to stay mostly independent of a concrete fake framework by p...
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Machine.Specifications is a Context/Specification framework geared towards removing language noise and simplifying tests.
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A very extensive set of extension methods that allow you to more naturally specify the expected outcome of a TDD or BDD-style unit test. Runs on 4.0 and 4.5 (Desktop and Windows Store), CoreCLR, Silverlight 5 and Windows Phone 8, 8.1 and 8.1 for Silverlight. Supports the unit test frameworks ...
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Machine.Fakes attempts to simplify the usage of such frameworks on top of Machine.Specifications by helping to reduce a lot of the typical fake framwork related clutter code in specifications. If you choose so, Machine.Fakes even helps you to stay mostly independent of a concrete fake framework by p...
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Machine.Fakes attempts to simplify the usage of such frameworks on top of Machine.Specifications by helping to reduce a lot of the typical fake framwork related clutter code in specifications. If you choose so, Machine.Fakes even helps you to stay mostly independent of a concrete fake framework by p...
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Machine.Fakes attempts to simplify the usage of such frameworks on top of Machine.Specifications by helping to reduce a lot of the typical fake framwork related clutter code in specifications. If you choose so, Machine.Fakes even helps you to stay mostly independent of a concrete fake framework by p...
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Machine.Fakes attempts to simplify the usage of such frameworks on top of Machine.Specifications by helping to reduce a lot of the typical fake framwork related clutter code in specifications. If you choose so, Machine.Fakes even helps you to stay mostly independent of a concrete fake framework by p...
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Machine.Specifications.Should is a should library for the Context/Specification framework Machine.Specifications
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NCrunch.Framework is a run-time library for NCrunch users. This library contains attributes and tools that enable some very powerful features within NCrunch.
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Machine.Specifications.Should is a should library for the Context/Specification framework Machine.Specifications
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Machine.Specifications.Runner.Console is the console runner for the Context/Specification framework Machine.Specifications
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Pask extension that provides test automation functionality with code coverage reports generated by dotCover.
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Pask extension that provides test automation functionality.
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Machine.Specifications.Mvc is a set of extensions for testing ASP.Net MVC specific types. It aims to ease the testing of ActionResult objects returned from MVC Controllers by providing an Machine.Specifications (MSpec) BDD syntax over these types. v1.0.2.0 - Added support for Partial View (Should...
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Machine.Specifications is a Context/Specification framework geared towards removing language noise and simplifying tests.
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Machine.Specifications.Runner.Resharper provides a Resharper runner for the Context/Specification framework Machine.Specifications
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A PowerShell task runner based on Invoke-Build. Invoke-Build is a build and test automation tool which invokes tasks defined in PowerShell scripts. It is similar to psake but arguably easier to use and more powerful. Removes the boilerplate code from your build scripts and supports a convention-base...
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Machine.Specifications.Mvc is a set of extensions for testing ASP.Net MVC specific types. It aims to ease the testing of ActionResult objects returned from MVC Controllers by providing an Machine.Specifications (MSpec) BDD syntax over these types.
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'dotnet test' support for Machine.Specifications (MSpec).