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 Author Paul Beck  Views 1446 View Original Article

In Progress..Overview:  In SharePoint we need to retest code often as we make incremental changes.  Basic smoke testing is useful in that is allows you a certain degree of confidence that a bug has not crept into your latest deployment.Most projects have varying degrees of control to ensure bugs do not cause unexpected behaviour and on the more advanced practices is unit testing and coded UI tests.  The unit tests are tricky with all the new SharePoint development methods.&nb…
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