Unit Testing with xUnit in ASP.NET Core

Unit Testing with xUnit in ASP.NET Core
  1. Unit testing
  2. Unit testing is important
  3. Unit testing with ASP.NET Core

Unit Testing

Unit testing is important

  • It improves the quality of the code.
  • Find software bugs very early
  • It’s also useful for the process of agile.
  • Reduce Cost

Unit testing with ASP.NET Core

Employee model class
IEmployeeService for abstraction layer
EmployeeService class
Create and add new xUnit test project
Solution structure after adding the xUnit test project
add a FoodOrder project as project reference-1
add a FoodOrder project as project reference — 2

Before writing the test case,

Test cases for creating employee function
How to run all the tests

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