Silverlight unit test framework - updated source and binaries now available

Posted 9 December 2008  

The latest release of the Silverlight Unit Test Framework is now available for download. This release contains a few simple bug fixes and was built with the RTM version of the Silverlight Tools.

Download it today!

This interim release corrected a few simple issues that customers have reported, and is included along with the December 2008 release of the Silverlight Toolkit. Changes of note:

  • Asynchronous exception handling fixes and improvements
  • [Priority(...)] attribute from VSTT is now supported. They receive implicit Tag values of PriorityN, where N is the integer priority.
  • WorkItemTest type: EnqueueDelay method added, has two method signatures that accept either the milliseconds to delay, or a TimeSpan object.
  • EnqueueCallback has a new overload that takes a number of Action parameters, for easy action chaining
  • Enqueue has been marked as obsolete: please use EnqueueCallback, for consistency
  • EnqueueSleep has been marked as obsolete: please use EnqueueDelay, which is a more clear name
  • Silverlight test service fixes, you can now run test applications from a web server in more scenarios
  • Silverlight test service can co-exist with other web servers and hosts

Hope this helps.

Jeff Wilcox is a Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft on the Azure team.

Jeff has been at Microsoft since 2005 and holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan. Jeff lives in downtown Seattle.

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