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NUnit for Silverlight: Runs on Windows Phone 7, too

Yesterday I’ve hauled the “big” laptop home from work and tried plugging the unofficial port of the NUnit unit testing framework for Silverlight into Windows Phone 7. Jeff Wilcox had added support for Windows Phone 7 into his Silverlight unit

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NUnit for Silverlight 2.5.8

Christian finally got an update for NUnit for Silverlight together.

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Silverlight is a failed attempt (of sorts)

HTML5 vs. Silverlight controversy: Christian Silverlight remarks that Silverlight actually is a huge failure. In some ways.

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NUnit for Silverlight: Skipping 2.5.7

I just looked at porting NUnit 2.5.7 for Silverlight, but decided on skipping this release. Inside the NUnit framework itself, there are hardly any changes except some minor refactoring. The only significant addition is a TestContext class that provides information

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Replacing components with MEF

Using MEF, Christian provides a way to chose between different implementation for the same interface based on export metadata. Nice for customizations.

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MEF in Silverlight: a perfect sample app

Jeremy Likness has created something that is quite close to being the perfect sample application: It has about the third of the scale of a real-world application: not just the usual two forms, but also not the size of a

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NDepend: My new hammer for code reviews

Christian finds out how NDepend can make code reviews faster and more precise.

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