I finally found the time to release a new version of EasyMoq. Raising events is now possible and using members in setups and verifications. I'll update the documentation as soon as I have time to.17.03.2013:
I released the first version of EasyMoq on NuGet
. It is not perfect at the moment and there are some (dumb) issues in the framework, but since I'm now using EasyMoq as part of my bachelor thesis, there will be updates with fixes and new features.
WP-Fx is a small framework to simplify the work with WP (windows phone) - especially if you prefer using TDD. Currently there is only EasyMoq and the Testing part available since I had to create them first.
Since there is (at least in my opinion) no usable approach to create mocks when targeting the WP platform, I decided to create a framework for this scenario based on already existing frameworks and tools used by the developers. This resulted in the EasyMoq-framework, a small mocking-framework based on the abilities Moq
provides on other platforms. It is completely built from scratch with the goal of being totally independent of other frameworks (except .NET) and toolkits.
Missing mocking features
If you find a feature that is missing in EasyMoq but should be accessable in a mocking framework, please let me know and I'll look what I can do.
Contains an ExceptionAssert-class that can be used to easily assert exception without the annoying debugger break (when using the attribute) and provides you the ability to assert further properties of an exception (not just the type).
Feature requests & bug reporting
If you have any further ideas of missing features or if you have any trouble using this framework please get in contact.
If you'd like to contact me feel free to write an e-mail