Here are some of the antipatterns found in frameworks today that we can easily alleviate:
In this section, we’ll take a look at each of them.
Concept confusion is something I like to refer to as mock overdose. I’d prefer a framework that doesn’t use the word mock for everything.
You have to know how many mocks and stubs there are in a test, because more than a single mock in a test is usually a problem. When it doesn’t distinguish between the two, the framework could tell you that something is a mock when in fact it’s used as a stub. It takes you longer to understand whether this is a real problem or not, ...