Adding .NET Core’s native IoC container for dependency injection. The simple approach.
A look at how to reference the .runsettings files from the command line in PowerShell and Bash
Exploring how to set Nunit test configuration from .runsettings files and the local file system in >NET core test projects
After last time I can feel that I am getting close to being able to inject a configuration for my tests. Next I want to be able to use a configuration file to set the particular configuration that I want to use for any particular test run. So how do we go about doing that in .NET Core? The next steps are: Refactor calls with many arguments to take a standard WebDriver configuration object. Allow different ways to collect and…
Having got to version 2.0.0 of my WebDriverFactory with working system tests and CI builds it was time to extend things a little. This could be considered YAGNI (You Aren’t Gonna Need It) but I quite like to have a Manager class that deals with getting and closing down WebDriver instances. The idea is that the Manager knows the specifics of the driver that I want to use, and will return a given instance, or a new instance on request….