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    Unit Tests and Bridge.Test?

    I see posts from a year ago that Bridge.Test wasn't publicly available, but would be soon. However, I can't find it. I do find a few other things, like Bridge.TestHelpers and Bridge.QUnit.

    What is the latest update on unit testing frameworks for Bridge.NET? We mostly use MSTest, but NUnit is very familiar also.
    Thanks!

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    Hello @kfinke!

    We just released (with Bridge Premium) the Bridge.Test package!

    Check out our Bridge Premium release blog post for more information.

    Hope this helps!

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      Originally posted by kfinke View Post
      I see posts from a year ago that Bridge.Test wasn't publicly available, but would be soon. However, I can't find it. I do find a few other things, like Bridge.TestHelpers and Bridge.QUnit.

      What is the latest update on unit testing frameworks for Bridge.NET? We mostly use MSTest, but NUnit is very familiar also.
      Thanks!
      best way to do this that i have found is have your codebase in a regular C# project, and use regular C# testing features you are used to. Then in a bridge.net project (in same solution), Add Existing Items, select all of the code from the regular C# project, and then pick "Add as Links" .
      Last edited by philwinkel; 2018-02-25 @ 05:07 PM.

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