MbUnit – New website and Documentation

Today, we finally launched the new Mbunit Website and we have the documentation in a great format online and offline.  Dan Maharry and I have been working on this for a while, I have been putting together the site and the Sancastle/DocProject setup while Dan has been working hard on the actual content – so it will actually all make sense!

Dan has blogged about the docs more over @ http://blogs.ipona.com/dan/archive/2007/08/13/8417.aspx

Visit the new main site at – http://www.mbunit.com

Visit the new documentation site at – http://docs.mbunit.com

Download the documentation in an offline format – http://docs.mbunit.com/Mbunit.Documentation.chm

We are really interested in hearing your feedback on this, so please let us know.

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3 thoughts on “MbUnit – New website and Documentation”

  1. Great work Ben. I’ll link to it in my next DocSites Online post.

    Just out of curiousity though, I don’t see any borders around the different sections of the DocSite. (I’m running IE7 on Vista). Perhaps you updated the styles to try to support IE6?

  2. I’ve just had a look at the MbUnit documentation and I think it’s a
    nice improvement.

    Can I suggest that you put a link to the “Writing your first tests” on the introduction page though because currently it takes some digging to find if you just read the text. That page is what I would have liked to read when I first downloaded MbUnit and I really like the fact that it introduces RowTest and something with a little complexity. People may want to read things like what unit testing is or how to install MbUnit but I think that that demonstrating MbUnit in action makes more of an impression.

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