Top 20 NuGet assert Packages

A fluent, portable, testable HTTP client library.
Advanced testing library for F#
Shouldly - Assertion framework for .NET. The way asserting *Should* be
Advanced testing library for F#
Advanced testing library for F#
NUnit features a fluent assert syntax, parameterized, generic and theory tests and is user-extensible. This package includes the NUnit 3 framework assembly, which is referenced by your tests. You will need to install version 3 of the nunit3-console program or a third-party runner that supports NUni...
A bunch of helpers to get around the deficiencies of MSTest. Features Dynamic/Runtime DataSource's, better exception support and much much more!
A unit test library for .NET that allows you to build tests for FluentValidation rules in easy way.
A simple package with guard clause helper methods. See docs for how to extend using your own extension methods.
Advanced testing library for F#
Advanced testing library for F#
NUnitLite provides a simple way to run NUnit tests, without the overhead of a full NUnit installation. It is suitable for projects that want to have a quick way to run tests using a console runner and don't need all the features of the NUnit engine and console runner. Supported platforms: - .NET Fr...
A set of simple assert extensions to give you more choices and easier to read tests
dotMemory Unit is an additional unit testing framework that allows you to write tests that check code for all kinds of memory issues. For example, these can be tests that determine leaks by checking memory for objects of a particular type, or tests that track memory traffic and fail in case the traf...
Library that provides methods that will help you with mocking Entity Framework Core.
Sourcery for SauceLabs - Unlocking SauceLabs capability.
Sourcery for SauceLabs - Unlocking SauceLabs capability
This is the Flurl.Http package, repackaged with strongly named assemblies. See for the official project.
An analyzer to find missing tests for tests written with SmartTests.
SmartTests enables you to write Smarter unit tests, wether you use NUnit, Xunit or MSTests. It is best to install SmartTests.Analyzer and SmartTests.Extension so that missing tests will be displayed. They are Smart in the sense that: 1. The Act line of your test is instantly identifiable. ...