Have you ever try to call directly your ASP.NET MVC Post actions from your code (from a test method for instance)? If yes, according to your action configuration, you may had to deal with a Bad Request http status.
As a developer, transmit data from one point to another one is a very common task. In most cases, the communication is governed by a well-understood protocol which defined how the message containing the data is structured. When working with
Last time, we saw how to implement behavior testing in ASP.NET Core with a scenario approach. Thanks to this, we can now cover the code of a complete business scenario with a single test ! Easy as pie :) The demonstration
Isn't it obvious how precious automated tests are for our applications? Nevertheless, integrating automated testing in a development process is far from obvious! In this article I will present you a different approach we have experienced to easily write tests
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If you ever dealt with npm install in continuous integration environment, you know the pain. Facebook just introduced Yarn. When I tried it, it was "un coup de foudre" (love at first sight). Let me tell you why. Disclaimer: Remember