50 packages returned for Tags:"stub"

Quickly stub out 3rd party servers to be used against your automated development test cycle. Designed to feel familiar to use, without having restrictions forced upon you.
Moksy is an open source .Net library for stubbing, mocking and simulating web services. Intended to be driven from MsTest (or your favorite testing framework), Moksy will create a real HTTP Server end-point that your system under test or other services can hit. For example: Moksy.Common.Proxy... More information
A hybrid HTTP mock library that can start both in memory server and self host server. The core facilities can make complex things possible, and the extensions can make simple things simple. Usages can be found in project test cases.
Miimics enables the recording of existing responses of code under various calls, and enables the creation of Stubs that Mimic this saved behaviour later for the easy creation of isolation tests.
Record your test suite's HTTP interactions and replay them during future test runs for fast, deterministic, accurate tests.
A library to allow faking of client http logic with System.Net.Http. Supports recording and playback of responses. Particularly useful for separating client-side unit tests from web services.
Deleporter Core (use Deleporter.Server/Deleporter.Client for easy setup) - Simple Cross Process Stubbing. Deleporter is a lightweight .NET library that teleports arbitrary delegates into an ASP.NET application in some other process (e.g. hosted in IIS) and runs them there. One use case is stubbing... More information
Deleporter - Simple Cross Process Stubbing. Facilitates stubbing out dependencies when running automated browser tests against ASP.Net. Use in conjunction with your favorite mocking/IOC frameworks. Deleporter will teleport mock objects (or any arbitrary delegates) into a remote ASP.Net application,... More information
Teddy Mocks is a simple, light-weight mock framework designed for TypeScript developers. It is type safe, refactorable, uses lambda-syntax, and supports the AAA style of unit testing. Teddy Mocks should feel familiar to .NET developers who like frameworks such as Moq.