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Frank Forward
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Frank Forward
4 months 2 days ago

The UI can be improved. The X's and ticks are distracting. I would go with a lighter shade of the grees/red. Im not sure why blue though? warnings usually appear as orange. I would suggest a thin line running down the left edge of the editor with softer shades of the colours chosen.

If i have acceptance tests in a project, how do you handle those? are they run every time? can i exclude certain tests from this?

Sounds very promising overall

Daniel
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Daniel
4 months 7 days ago

Does it works with UWP Tests?

Cosmin Trifu
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Cosmin Trifu
4 months 9 days ago

been waiting for this since i discovered ncrunch, several years ago. i could just write code, app code or test code, and got immediate feedback. this saves on context changing a lot and it makes a difference after hours of coding. i was amazed why it would not make its way in vs2015. i'm so happy it's in vs now. after the ctrl+t (resharper navingate to) i can almost skip r# too. tnx!

Scott Holodak
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Scott Holodak
4 months 11 days ago

"…this feature that is present in the Enterprise Edition of Visual Studio 2017."

Please consider making this feature available all the way down to community edition. I get that enterprises like this, but I think the new open-source-friendly Microsoft should be encouraging all developers to write unit tests and to have good code coverage.

ArunLak
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ArunLak
4 months 12 days ago

Nice!!!

binu5
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binu5
4 months 12 days ago

Love this feature. Great video that explains it very well. Thank you!

karl1406
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karl1406
4 months 12 days ago

Great feature.  STRONG SUGGESTION  The big red X in the margin is poor UI choice for a failed test.  Red X are used for DELETE not failed.Thanks,Karl

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