xUnit vs. NUnit Demystified: A Comprehensive Explanation

Getting started with unit testing can seem like a daunting task. There’s plenty to learn, such as what unit testing is in the first place and why it’s valuable, what the best practices are when writing tests, and which tools to choose. We’ve already published a post covering the unit test frameworks for JavaScript; now, we’ll do the same for .NET, giving our two cents on the “xUnit vs. NUnit” dilemma. NUnit and xUnit.NET—sometimes called simply xUnit, though that’s not entirely correct, as you’ll soon see—are the most popular unit testing frameworks for the .NET word. How do they differ? In what ways are they similar? Which one should you pick? These—and more—are the questions we’ll tackle in this post from Carlos Schults on Testim’s blog.

SIT vs. UAT: A Guide For QA Engineers

The software testing landscape is constantly changing, and organizations require QA engineers more than ever. Systems integration testing (SIT) and user acceptance testing (UAT) are crucial for testing organizations. However, a lot of people confuse the two. This post from Keshav Malik on Testim’s blog will help you understand these concepts, their differences, and their significance.

Jest Testing: A Helpful, Introductory Tutorial

We also updated a post on jest testing. When it comes to unit testing frameworks for JavaScript, Jest is certainly a serious contender for the #1 spot. Initially, Jest was created by Facebook specifically for testing React applications. It’s one of the most popular ways of testing React components. Since its introduction, the tool has gained a lot of popularity. This popularity has led to the use of Jest for testing both JavaScript front-end and back-end applications. Find out more on Testim’s blog.