As a Mendix developer, I want to be able to write unit tests for my application and then run all of my tests as part of my build pipeline. Currently while I can write the tests, there is no way for me to invoke all of the tests and get back a test report. This is something that is very common on other platforms (e.g. Java can do this with maven test runners that run all my unit tests).
Hi @Tim, to which function are you referring to & who created it?
Totaly agree. Every mature IDE has testing included. Module unittest facilitates parts of this and it deserves credit, but a principal engineer at Mendix has created (Edwin Huitema during his time at FlowFabric) a unittest function which far outperforms this limited version by lightyears, including datasets and recording. So let’s incorporate that version of unittesting in the Mendix IDE: