How to TEST ASP.NET Core 2.2 Web Applications with My Tested ASP.NET

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8 thoughts on “How to TEST ASP.NET Core 2.2 Web Applications with My Tested ASP.NET

  1. Great video and great series! I've been a professional programmer for 20 years and have found a lot of valuable stuff watching your videos. They fill that missing sweet spot of digestible tutorials for more advanced topics but with practical real world examples.

  2. Could you please make a video on "How to setup correct MVC solution with .NET Core and EF"? Like, it used to be a very specific way back in the days but what is the best approach nowadays? Would be nice a short video from 0 to 1 about how you setup a proper .NET solution with all the DAL, Infra, Controllers etc..

  3. The route assertions look very useful since sometimes you can override the routes unintentionally and also not notice for quite some time. When you find it it can be hard to track why that happens and how to fix it unlike the normal bugs that are contained within a single action and are easy to fix.

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