This is a simple program that demonstrates some unit tests. Depending on your opinion or requirements unit testing is essential in testing code. I’m starting to learn the in’s and outs of unit testing standards, testing to pass, and testing to fail. This is a very simple gradebook console program. It doesn’t really do anything useful except demonstrate concepts. In this case unit testing.
Over the next few posts I’ll be using this same batch of code in different versions. I might not go over all the ways I’m doing things if it’s not in scope of what the blog post is about. If you want to see all of the source you can visit the source downloads page.
This was a big challenge. As you’ve probably seen from some of my other posts I’ve been going thru courses over a Learnvisualstudio.net, courtesy of Bob Tabor. He has some challenges built into some of his course tracks and videos. So that’s where this program comes from. I’ve also added some of my little tweaks here and there. So this might seem simple but it took me a few weeks of working with things, testing, and tweaking.
Basically it’s a web based program used to track pizza orders. There are multiple tables in the database that keep track of various items. I wanted every aspect of the program to get any and all information from the database. Having said that you will see multiple entities, dto objects, etc… There are areas I can clean up and optimize the code that I will work on later. Also I’m working on some error logging for a later version. Hope you enjoy it and keep a look out for changes. I’m working on it as time permits.
I’ve been wanting to play around with some CSS and other cosmetic changes to my web projects. With the help of Bob Tabor over at Learn Visual Studio.Net I went thru some of Bootstrap videos to help with this. I applied them to the code from the previous post with the Inventory database. I’ll spare the posting the code details in the different layers. If you want to see them you can go see for yourself. I’ll just post my usual program screenshots along with the html code.