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Generate Flutter mockito mocks and mock method with a list of types to be mocked.

Getting Started

Add the dependency

Add the mockito_builder to your dev_dependencies. And mockito_builder_annotations to dependencies.

  mockito_builder_annotations: ^0.2.2
  mockito_builder: ^0.2.2

Add a mocker.dart file in your test folder and a mock method with a @GenerateMocker annotation. Don't forget to import mockito here.

import 'package:mockito_builder/mockito_builder.dart';
import 'domain/navigation/navigation_service.dart';
import 'domain/usecases/register_user_use_case.dart';
///make sure to import the mockito package because the generated code depends on it.
import 'package:mockito/mockito.dart';

part 'mocker.g.dart';

///this will generate a `mocker.g.dart` file.
///specify the classes that should be mocked. 
@GenerateMocker([RegisterUserUseCase, NavigationService])
///define a method without any paramters and one type paramter. 
///an implementation of the method will be generated with a _$ prefix.
T mock<T>() => _$mock<T>();

To use the generated mocks, simply import and call the defined mock function

import '../../mocker.dart';
import 'domain/navigation/navigation_service.dart';
import 'domain/usecases/register_user_use_case.dart';

void main() {
  RegisterUserUseCase registerUserUseCase;
  NavigationService navigationService;
  RegisterViewModel viewModel;

  setUp(() {
    registerUserUseCase = mock();
    navigationService = mock();
    viewModel = RegisterViewModelImpl(registerUserUseCase, navigationService);

for more info check out the example module.


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