A unit testing company Typemock announced the release of the latest version of its unit testing solution for .NET: Isolator 9.1.

This latest release includes support for .NET Core and the .NET Framework. According to the company, this will help companies work with both new and legacy code in their environment.

Isolator 9.1 is also integrated with the latest version of Visual Studio 2022, allowing developers to unit test their code without having to modify their existing tests.

It also provides an automatic smart runner that only runs the necessary tests after a change is made. This feature also allows developers to select tests to run again.

Isolator also integrates with other runners, such as VS Test Explorer and JetBrains Resharper, among others.

“We are very excited to offer our new version of Isolator for dotnet core,” said Eli Lopian, CEO and founder of Typemock. “Isolator offers our customers a powerful solution for writing unit tests and their correction and debugging. Our customers report a six hundred percent improvement in code coverage on average, and the addition of dotnet core extends that user experience. This will allow developers to build apps across multiple platforms with a clear API mocking framework.

Typemock launches Isolator 9.1 for unit testing in .NET

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