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With Typemock we don’t have to rewrite product code specifically for testing purposes. This not only saves time, it also allows us to test components of our product code that cannot be readily changed, enabling comprehensive testing and overall high quality.
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Getting Started with
Typemock Isolator


First, make sure you grab the latest version from our 'Download' page. Once you've installed that, just open Visual Studio, click ‘File’ and create a new Test Project.

Right click the new project, select ‘Project Properties’, click ‘Add References’ and add ‘Typemock Isolator’ and ‘Typemock Isolator - C# API’. It's that simple.


Now that you've got Isolator up and running, you can jump straight in to writing your unit tests, with the example below, or take a look at the feature list, to see the things you can pull off with Isolator.


Introduction to Isolator

This demo shows you a few basics about using Isolator - how to write a simple test to fake an external dependency. The code includes two objects, and shows how Isolator makes testing things simple, even when not all of the production code is implemented correctly.



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