Brian H. Madsen
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TDD for SharePoint – TypeMock releases Isolator

December 7th 2008 in 9428, 9429

Sezai (Perth’s newest SharePoint MVP…and only SharePoint MVP too) blogged this tidbit about 21apps and their latest release, Isolator for SharePoint.


I haven’t had a go at it yet, but i can definitely see this spreading like a bush fire – testing code for SharePoint, WITHOUT SharePoint installed! how cool is that.


SharePoint developers across the globe has been frustrated about having to run SharePoint in order to develop for it – so lo and behold, a tool that allows you to test your SharePoint code without running SharePoint.


I like the idea and this means that I don’t have to run virtualised any longer for some phases of my development life cycle!


Typemock are offering their new product for unit testing SharePoint called Isolator For SharePoint, for a special introduction price. it is the only tool that allows you to unit test SharePoint without a SharePoint server. To learn more click here.


The first 50 bloggers who blog this text in their blog and tell us about it, will get a Full Isolator license, Free. for rules and info click here.


Now, they also give away a free Isolator license (read the above) and i’m going to follow through with this!


Awesome idea and thanks to 21Apps for coming to the rescue!


edit: the competition is over – the 50 licenses are gone..slow poke that i am, didn’t catch it in time. Nevertheless, i’ll get the trial and if all things work well, i’ll be sure to recommend it for the project i’m currently working on.




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