List of Figures

Chapter 2: Test-Driven Development in .NETBy Example

Figure 2-1: Push operation
Figure 2-2: Pop operation
Figure 2-3: Top operation

Chapter 4: The Media Library Example

Figure 4-1: Recordings data model

Chapter 5: Programmer Tests: Using TDD with ADO.NET

Figure 5-1: Recordings data model

Chapter 6: Programmer Tests: Using TDD with ASP.NET Web Services

Figure 6-1: Data transfer object
Figure 6-2: Package structure

Chapter 7: Customer Tests: Completing the First Feature

Figure 7-1: Sample Web page
Figure 7-2: Message exchange

Chapter 8: Driving Development with Customer Tests

Figure 8-1: Application structure

Chapter 10: Programmer Tests: Using Transactions

Figure 10-1: Test fixture hierarchy

Chapter 11: Service Layer Refactoring

Figure 11-1: Application packages
Figure 11-2: Application architecture after ServiceLayer refactoring

Chapter 12: Implementing a Web Client

Figure 12-1: The Search page

Appendix A: NUnit Primer

Figure A-1: Creating the first NUnit project
Figure A-2: Adding a reference to nunit.framework.dll to the project
Figure A-3: Setting up NUnit-Gui as the test runner for the project
Figure A-4: Visual representation of tests from the NUnitQuickStart test assembly in the NUnit-Gui test runner
Figure A-5: Assertion failure in the NUnit-Gui test runner
Figure A-6: Using the Ignore attribute with a programmer test
Figure A-7: Using Visual Studio .NET Debugger with the NUnit-Gui test runner

Test-Driven Development in Microsoft .NET
Test-Driven Development in Microsoft .NET (Microsoft Professional)
ISBN: 0735619484
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 85

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