How to enforce architecture rules in C#

Unit testing is how we ensure that the blocks of code we write do what we intended them to do. There are some open-source frameworks available to unit test .NET applications, namely, NUnit and xUnit.Net. You should always incorporate unit testing in your software development workflow to reduce or eliminate errors in your applications.

You might also take advantage of frameworks such as ArchUnit or NetArchTest to write unit tests that can help enforce architectural rules. Inspired by ArchUnit for Java, Ben Morris’s NetArchTest is a simple framework that can be used to enforce architecture rules in .NET Framework or .NET Core as well as in .NET 6 projects.

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