Test Cleanup is code that runs after each test.
Test cleanup is declared inside the same class where your tests are declared. Also any assertions you have that go in TestCleanup can fail the test. This is very useful if you have values you check for each test in the same location that could potentially fail the test.
public void CleanUp()
Here are the important events to consider:
public static void Init(TestContext testContext)
//Runs before any test is run in the class - imo not that useful.
public void Init()
//Runs just prior to running a test very useful.
Mostly I use TestInitialize to reset the uimap between tests, otherwise control references can go stale.
Next what runs at the end, once all the tests in your assembly have run (very good for checking for unhandled exceptions or maybe shutting down the application).
So if you run 100 tests via MTM, after the last one is finished, AssemblyCleaup will run, also note this method is a bit special it is declared once per assembly, in it's own class with the [CodedUITest] attribute on the class.
public class TestRunCleanup
public static void AssemblyCleanup()