Category Archives: Ninject

Simplify Your Unit Tests With Automocking: Part 2 – Establishing Context

Following my helper methods in the base context specification class that we use, I decided to simplify the entire process of setting the context in which the tests are running. Specifically, I wanted to get rid of the constant declaration … Continue reading 

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Simplify Your Unit Tests With Auto Mocking: Part 1 – Helper Methods

After working on the Ninject.RhinoMocks automocking container, I started using it in my current project right away and it wasn’t long before I started simplifying the usage of it with helper methods in my base test class.   From “MockingKernel.Get<T>()” … Continue reading 

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Ninject.RhinoMocks: Auto Mocking Container For .NET 3.5 and Compact Framework 3.5

Earlier today, I decided I was tired of calling RhinoMocks directly. I love RhinoMocks. It’s a great tool and I don’t want to write tests without it (or another mocking framework like Moq or whatever…). But I’m tired of all … Continue reading 

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