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Working with XML serialization, I need to create object with several public properties taken from complex “parent” object, and its class is created on the fly via reflection. Full code is accessible on GitHub Blog repository. The following MSDN’s topic contains an example of the creating dynamic class with public property. Let me list sample code that creates… Read More Xunit and dynamic
Let’s write thread-safe class with two properties: – logical property “State” describes state of the object; – numeric property “Count” counts how many relative objects including current one has TRUE state. First approach gives us the following class: Full code is accessible on GitHub Blog repository. This class is not thread-safe that could be easily… Read More Simple thread-safe class
Recently, I wrote Xunit tests for business object that requires to catch exceptions generated by wrong property values in synchronous and asynchronous calls. This post includes several examples and full code is accessible on GitHub Blog repository. Here I will use approach described in Richard Banks’ post Stop Using Assert.Throws in Your BDD Unit Tests… Read More Xunit and exceptions with async Task