In this post I am going to talk about writing unit tests in .NET Core with NUnit and watch them for changes, re-running the test suite again, on the fly. Something you can have with NCrunch, but .NET Core has it for free.
This is the second post in the series on Web API. Topic is TDD and code coverage, so I am going to demonstrate how to unit test your core code, as well as the API code and in the end, how to measure the code coverage you achieved on testing your code base. First, I am going through the changes needed to take place in the application architecture and then I will go to tests, so this article is divided into two parts.