JustMock is an easy, fast, feature rich framework for creating unit tests. This complete mocking tool allows for mocking of non-virtual methods, non-public members, sealed classes and static methods and classes - all within one simple API.
Unit testing simplified
JustMock integrates seamlessly with your favorite unit testing framework and makes unit testing and mocking easy and fun. With JustMock youвЂ™ll have fewer bugs, higher productivity, better code. Try it and see for yourself how easy mocking can be.
The superior mocking tool
JustMock is an easier, faster, more feature rich framework for writing unit tests. This complete mocking tool allows for mocking of non-virtual methods, non-public members, sealed classes and static methods and classes - all within one simple API.
Fluent API with better discoverability
Even beginners will be mocking in no time with the intuitive API which allows for natural expression of mocking concepts
As simple as AAA
This simple pattern, Arrange, Act, Assert makes it easy to quickly and intuitively mock objects in unit tests.
Unrestricted mocking to fake objects such as non-virtual methods, sealed classes and static methods and classes, non-public members and types. Supports mocking of all classes and methods included in the msCorlib assembly.
Testing complex scenarios is now easier than ever.
Mock .NET framework members without additional set-up.
The intuitive API helps ensure a shorter learning curve.
Mock anything with JustMock.
The Arrange, Act, Assert pattern provides for well structured, clean and readable unit tests.
Makes unit tests more stable.
Easily mock everything in your Silverlight project.
JustMock works seamlessly in your continuous build configuration.
JustMock works with VS 2010, 2012 and 2013, and a number of other tools.
JustMock Q2 2015 (version 2015.2.616.2)
Added JustMock for Devices - the mocking library can now be used in Windows Phone and Xamarin iOS/Android unit test projects
The JustMock profiler can be linked with Visual Studio 2015 IntelliTrace and Code Coverage
Fixed: Asserting delegates does nothing when it should throw
Fixed: Fluent Arrange/Assert now properly create context
Fixed: Cannot arrange result of generic constructor expressions "new T()"