Continuous Testing webinar: recording

The recording of our recent webinar, Continuous Testing in Visual Studio using dotCover or ReSharper Ultimate, is now available:

In this webinar, we demonstrate Continuous Testing, a new feature of dotCover 10 and ReSharper Ultimate that will build and run your tests as they change. By monitoring what code is called from each test, Continuous Testing can optimize the test run by only running the tests that will exercise the changed code. ReSharper Build can also be used to further optimize the feedback cycle by speeding up the build step.

The following topics are covered:

  • A recap, with some hints and tips of ReSharper testing and dotCover code coverage
  • Enabling Continuous Testing
  • The Continuous Testing UI
  • Detecting “dirty” tests
  • Including/excluding tests from scope
  • Using ReSharper Build to speed up build time

You may also want to check out two related blog posts: Introducing Continuous Testing and Introducing ReSharper Build.

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3 Responses to Continuous Testing webinar: recording

  1. MichaelD! says:

    I really enjoyed this webinar! The .NET blog has a “The Week in .NET” and I am thinking R# should have a “Week in R#” with all the new features or news that has happened in the past week with R#. Sort of a public weekly standup for everyone. Good PR and a way to get the word out there about R#. It would also be cool to see how experts are using R# and to get people on the same page about best practices and ideas on workflow processes and such.

    If done weekly, it can only be 30 minutes. Also, a monthly wouldn’t hurt, either. :) Thanks for posting this, I learned a lot (and have been LOVING Continuous Testing!).

  2. Jonathan says:

    I prefer the way NCrunch does it with inline Red/Green/Black indicators next to your code. That way, you don’t need a separate window that shows your tests and you don’t even need to run the tests, they automatically run as your edit your code. If DotCover/Resharper could do that, that would be fantastic.

    • Matt Ellis says:

      We’re taking a look at the highlight indicators for ReSharper 10.1, so we should hopefully have a better story here soon.

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