This topic demonstrates how to use Telerik® JustMock in a new test project or integrate it in your existing project.
Before proceeding further, make sure you have successfully completed Installation and Setup.
Start by adding a new test project to your Solution. Right click on the Solution, select Add, then New Project....
Figure 1: Add new project
Select the Test Project template or search for it by typing "JustMock test". Once you have selected the desired template, click OK.
Figure 2: Choose the JustMock Test Project template
Using the default JustMock Test Project template, you can start writing JustMock tests right away.
See an example how to use JustMock in JustMock API Basics
If you want to use JustMock in an existing unit test project, you should add a reference to Telerik.JustMock.dll.
NuGet packages are available as well. If you prefer using them, check the Installation and Setup topic for details.
Right click on your test project and select Add Reference.
Figure 3: Add reference to a project
Go to the Browse tab and navigate to the Libraries folder in the JustMock installation directory (by default C:\Program Files (x86)\Progress\Telerik JustMock\Libraries). Select Telerik.JustMock.dll and click OK.
For .NET Core and .NET 5, the required assembly is located at "C:\Program Files (x86)\Progress\Telerik JustMock\Libraries\netcoreapp2.0\"
Figure 4: Select Telerik.JustMock.dll reference
Further, you will need to include the Telerik.JustMock namespace into your test project.
Figure 5: Include TelerikJustMockNamespace namespace
Finally, you are ready to create your first test with JustMock.
Figure 6: Write your first test