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Your integration test tutorial was not directly helpful for me (I have a problem with "fake-configure" and implement various tests after including Autofac for DI) but your effort to explain and exemplify the topic is definitively worth coffee at least. Thank you!

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I don't use twitter much, I have been looking around everywhere (pluralsight included) and didn't get anything nearly as concise and useful as your material on integration testing with ASP.NET core 3.1. Giving you max coffee. I was stuck with how to swap dependencies and extending the WebApplicationFactory and you solved it!

Thank you very much for the generous max coffees! Glad my posts were helpful! :-)

Thanks for response! I just wanted to point out that after reading your post I still had the challenge of trying to override appsettings.json for integration tests. The reason why I want to do this is to avoid using in-memory database, and use Respawn package (check it out if you haven't already!).  I read some other blog posts (gunnarpeipman.com/aspnet-core-integration-tests-appsettings/) on this, and now I have it working with integration test project having it's own appsettings.json that is used instead of production/dev appsettings.json in the webapp project. If you were ever thinking part 6 on your series, I recommend!  Anyway thanks again and have a nice day :)

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I found your series on integration testing really helpful, especially reducing boilerplate code and swapping dependencies. Your posts are straight to the point and easy to understand, keep up the good work!

Thanks for the kind comments and the coffee!