Getting Started with bUnit
To start writing tests for Blazor components, first set up a test project and then you can start adding tests using either C# or Razor syntax.
The basic getting started topics are as follows:
- Creating a new bUnit Test Project covers setting up a bUnit test project.
- Writing Tests in C# for Blazor Components covers the basics of writing tests in C#, i.e. regular unit tests.
- Writing Tests in Razor Syntax for Blazor Components covers the basics of writing tests in
.razorfiles using Razor and C# syntax.
The next level topics are:
- Providing different types of input to a component under test in C# based tests, e.g. passing parameters or injecting services.
- Verifying output in various ways from a component under test, e.g. inspecting the rendered markup.
- Mocking dependencies a component under test has, e.g. the
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