should VS Machine.Specifications

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should

Should Assertion Library (by erichexter)

Machine.Specifications

Machine.Specifications is a Context/Specification framework for .NET that removes language noise and simplifies tests. (by machine)
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C# C#
GNU General Public License v3.0 or later MIT License
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should

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What are some alternatives?

When comparing should and Machine.Specifications you can also consider the following projects:

SpecFlow - #1 .NET BDD Framework. SpecFlow automates your testing & works with your existing code. Find Bugs before they happen. Behavior Driven Development helps developers, testers, and business representatives to get a better understanding of their collaboration

Shouldly - Should testing for .NET - the way Asserting *Should* be!

xUnit - xUnit.net is a free, open source, community-focused unit testing tool for the .NET Framework.

Fluent Assertions - A very extensive set of extension methods that allow you to more naturally specify the expected outcome of a TDD or BDD-style unit tests. Targets .NET Framework 4.7, .NET Core 2.1 and 3.0, as well as .NET Standard 2.0 and 2.1. Supports the unit test frameworks MSTest2, NUnit3, XUnit2, MSpec, and NSpec3.

NUnit - NUnit 3 Framework

WireMock.Net - WireMock.Net is a flexible library for stubbing and mocking web HTTP responses using advanced request matching and response templating. Based on the functionality from http://WireMock.org, but extended with more functionality.

LightBDD - BDD framework allowing to create easy to read and maintain tests.

AutoFixture - AutoFixture is an open source library for .NET designed to minimize the 'Arrange' phase of your unit tests in order to maximize maintainability. Its primary goal is to allow developers to focus on what is being tested rather than how to setup the test scenario, by making it easier to create object graphs containing test data.

Moq - Repo for managing Moq 4.x

NFluent - Smooth your .NET TDD experience with NFluent! NFluent is an ergonomic assertion library which aims to fluent your .NET TDD experience (based on simple Check.That() assertion statements). NFluent aims your tests to be fluent to write (with a super-duper-happy 'dot' auto-completion experience), fluent to read (i.e. as close as possible to plain English expression), but also fluent to troubleshoot, in a less-error-prone way comparing to the classical .NET test frameworks. NFluent is also directly inspired by the awesome Java FEST Fluent assertion/reflection library (http://fest.easytesting.org/)