Posted 15 September 2008 TweetThe Silverlight unit test framework's binaries are now available for download direct from the MSDN Code Gallery. If you already have the test framework libraries, there's no need to download them again: the bits haven't changed... yet. http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/silverlightut/ The current release targets Silverlight 2 Beta 2. Along with the binaries, there's also a set of Visual Studio project and item templates that make it easy to create test projects and test classes for Visual Basic and Visual C#.
Jeff Wilcox is a software development engineer at Microsoft who leads exciting open source projects on the Windows Azure team. Jeff has been at Microsoft 8 years and is an alumnus of the University of Michigan.
Jeff leads the open source Windows Azure SDK and cross-platform command line tools development team at Microsoft. Offering tooling for OS X, Windows and Linux and SDKs for Node.js, Java, .NET, PHP, Python; the work is open source, licensed under the Apache 2 license.
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