Contribute to aaquresh/CITraining development by creating an account on GitHub. MANNING. Vincent Massol with Ted Husted. JUnit. INACTION. Page 2. JUnit in Action by Vincent Massol with Ted the source code for this chapter is available at SourceForge (http://junit- musicmarkup.info). Ebook edition available. AUTHOR. ✓ . When JUnit was first introduced a decade ago by Kent Beck and Erich Gamma, the Agile movement was in its infancy, "Test Driven Development" was unknown, .
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In short, a must read a unit testing book for Java developers who like to unit test their programs. If you ask me to recommend just one book on testing Java application, JUnit and Test driven development, this would be the one. This is THE best book for Java developer, who not only wants to learn JUnit but also learn how to test Java programs, how to test a particular class, method or module. Lasse Koskela has done an extremely good job in explaining TDD along with simple technique to write unit tests. As I said before that many Java programmer doesn't write Unit test, not because they don't want or they don't know JUnit but because they lack the skill to come up with test and code that test for a particular unit of their code.
The good thing is like my favorite book Effective Java, language is simple, explanations are good and examples are non-trivial, which will keep even experienced Java programmers interested.
Hibernate in Action or Spring in action, this is a comprehensive coverage of both JUnit as library and testing Java application in general. Apart from introducing JUnit, this book goes beyond that offer useful testing advice on how to use stubs and mocks to test Java application, writing HtmlUnit and Selenium test for Java web application, testing server side Java code using Cactus, integrating your JUnit test with build tools like ANT, and Maven, automatically running them using CI etc.
This book is equally useful for both beginners and senior Java developers, you can learn a lot of tools, techniques and process to test your Java application. I know JUnit even before reading this book but I have learned a lot and use it as reference book now. Petar Tahchiev, Felipe Leme, Vincent Massol, and Gary Gregory have done a great job to compiling all useful details about unit testing principles and tools in this book.
In one word, use this as a reference book to go back in check how to use a particular testing tool e. Selenium, HtmlUnit or Cactus and in general how to test different types of Java applications. By now, You guys should already know hist masterpiece Test Driven, which I have a said a must-read the book for a Java developer who wants to learn unit testing, JUnit, and TDD, but more importantly want to improve himself to create flexible and robust software.
Effective Unit Testing is written to teach you how to write good tests; tests that are concise and to the point, expressive, useful, and maintainable. This book provides techniques for solving real-world problems such as testing AJAX applications, using mocks to achieve testing isolation, in-container testing for Java EE and database applications, and test automation. Written to help readers exploit JUnit 4.
Using a sample-driven approach, various unit testing strategies are covered, such as how to unit test EJBs, database applications, and web applications. Also addressed are testing strategies using freely available open source frameworks and tools, and how to unit test in isolation with Mock Objects. Also available is all code from the book. Felipe Leme lives in California and has worked as a softwareengineer with Javasince He is a four-time repeat speaker at JavaOne, has written dozens of Java-related articles, and contributed to many open source projects including DbUnit and Jakarta Cactus.
Vincent Massol authored the original "JUnit in Action" and is a leading member ofthe Apache community.
He lives near Paris and is Chief Technology Officer of XWiki which develops open source enterprise wikis and collaborative softwareproducts. He lives in California.
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Brand new Book. Limitations of standard unit testing. Comparing stubs, mock objects, and in-container testing. Chapter 9 Running JUnit tests from Ant 9. A day in the life. Introducing and installing Ant.
Ant targets, projects, properties, and tasks. Dependency management with Ivy. Chapter 10 Running JUnit tests from Maven2 Introduction to Maven plug-ins.
Chapter 11 Continuous integration tools A taste of continuous integration. Benefits of continuous integration. Chapter 12 Presentation-layer testing Choosing a testing framework.
Integrating HtmlUnit with Cactus. Chapter 13 Ajax testing Why are Ajax applications difficult to test? Checking best practices with JSLint. Testing services with HttpClient. Testing Google Web Toolkit applications.
Chapter 14 Server-side Java testing with Cactus What is Cactus? Executing Cactus tests with Ant. Executing Cactus tests with Maven2x. Executing Cactus tests from the browser.
Chapter 15 Testing JSF applications Introducing JSF. Introducing the sample application.
Typical problems when testing JSF applications. Strategies for testing JSF applications. Testing the sample application with JSFUnit. Performance testing for your JSF application.