Testing AngularJS UI-Route routes

Testing AngularJS UI-Router routes

Tests are important. In our AngularJS applications we have tons of stuff to test, we have unit tests on components, filters, directives and other AngularJS features, we have tests on templates and we also have tests on routes. Most sophisticated AngularJS applications might contain more than one page to display, so you need to have a routing mechanism to navigate to different components in the application.

The thing is how you test this? How you test your routed components? How you test the template with the routing directives?

That is exactly what I am going to talk about in this post. I prefer the AngularUI-Router, because it is really powerful, so this post will contain examples using this framework.

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Unit testing and code coverage for ASP.NET Web API (2/2)

This post continues on Unit testing and code coverage for ASP.NET Web API (1/2).
Much about the topic is inspired from the truly magnificent book “The Clean Coder: A Code of Conduct for Professional Programmers” of Robert C. Martin Series, which of course, I definitely recommend.

Specifying the low level architecture

Professional software developers always test their code. It is part of our daily job, we should be proud and flexible on writing tests. It is a proof that our code actually follows our intent, at least on system’s low level. There are many more tests to be followed, composing a testing strategy, but this post is going to focus solely on one aspect of such strategy, the unit tests.

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Mocking a class dependency which casts into a derived type using Moq

Let’s say we have the following, one class named Implementor which has an IParentInterface dependency.

In method DoWork of the class, we call the interface’s method, but we also call another method, which comes by casting the dependency to a derived interface.
All, good, we go ahead and create a unit test project, adding the Moq package as well, in order to mock dependencies.

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