Content tagged with: junit
Easy Coverage is an open source framework that can dynamically generate Java unit tests to perform basic verifications. Easy Coverage is extensible and highly configurable. It can work as a standalone product or it can be used with JUnit. In his blog post, Romain Delamare explains how to dynamically generate Java unit tests with Easy Coverage.
The open source JUnit unit testing tool has been a blessing for Java developers. However, many programmers think that it is enough to learn the JUnit API and write a few tests in order to have a well-tested application. This idea is more dangerous than not doing unit tests because it leads to a wrong sense of code quality. Learning JUnit is the easiest part of unit testing your Java code, but writing good tests is the hard part.
This short video provides an introduction to automated software testing in Java with Selenium and Junit.
This is a brief video on how to use the JUnit open source unit testing framework for Java. By using JUnit, you can assert that methods in your Java code work as designed, without the need to set up the complete application.
This video demonstrates how to automate the iOS platform / iPhone automation using Open Source tools that are compatible with ANT and Maven in any continuous environment. It shows how you can perform a basic test in an iPhone app and run through both positive and negative testing, showing the Junit results at the end.
In the episode 167 of the Software Engineering Radio, Kent Beck discusses about this tiny little thing he created many years ago and that has changed the daily work of many many programmers in the world: automated unit testing and JUnit.
This blog post discusses the problem of testing the database code. It describes some of the problems and proposes possible partial solutions to this testing issue based on Hibernate and JUnit.
In this blog post, Cédric Beust describes the new TestNG features that allows to convert Java unit tests from JUnit 3 and JUnit 4 to TestNG.
CodePro AnalytiX is the premier Java software testing tool for Eclipse developers who want to be active participants in improving the quality and security of the code they produce. CodePro AnalytiX seamlessly integrates into the Eclipse environment, using automated source code analysis to pinpoint quality issues and security vulnerabilities before code reaches QA, or worse, production!
JUnit is a programmer-oriented testing framework for Java.