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Shouldly - Assertion framework for .NET. The way asserting *Should* be
41,079 total downloads
Simple fluent assertions for .NET.
A simple package with guard clause helper methods. See docs for how to extend using your own extension methods.
3,710 total downloads
A minimalistic guard library with Resharper contract annotations
A high-performance, extensible argument validation library.
Easy-to-use fluent assertions with actually useful failure messages.
Use code snippet 'assertion' to get the declaration at the top of the file.
Then just use Assert.Equal(...) and the like.
Simple, fluent, lightweight assertion library to create assertion points in your code.
Little helper on assertion.
A fluent assertion module for PowerShell.
Part of the PSST PowerShell Suite for Testing.
Assert Extensions for the Microsoft Test Framework - MSTest V2
Guardly is a defensive programming framework
A collection of xUnit.net assertions, tailored for Tiger libraries. (As source.)
Testify is a unit test assertions, test data creation and contract verification framework. It's not dependent on any specific unit testing framework.
A collection of xUnit.net assertions, tailored for Tiger libraries.
Adds the source code statement which caused the assertion failure. Usage example here: https://github.com/GrahamTheCoder/Assertion-Source-Info/tree/master#how-to-use-with-nunit
Testify is a unit test assertions, test data creation and contract verification framework. It's not dependent on any specific unit testing framework. Testify.Moq adds mocking support via Moq.
HttpClient extensions to test REST endpoints.
Confidence is an easy to read and debug fluent argument/condition checker in C# with code contracts syntax supported.