Tutorials and resources on how to apply unit testing in software testing

A Baseline Approach to Software Testing

October 9, 2017 0

Unit testing and Test-Driven-Development (TDD) are an important part of every Agile software testing strategy. One of the issue associated to these techniques is the coupling between the source code and its tests. In his blog post, Tingan Ho presents a testing strategy, called Baseline Testing, that should solve the coupling issues with TDD.

Using Equivalence Partitioning in Software Testing

October 3, 2017 4

Equivalence partitioning is a software testing technique that can be used during test design to divide the test data into sets of equivalent data called partitions from which you can build your test cases. In this extract from her book “Guide to Advanced Software Testing”, Anne Mette Hass provides an introduction to the concept of equivalence partitioning.

Test Automation Starts with Unit Testing

September 25, 2017 0

Even if they are at the basis of the software testing pyramid and they are at the heart of the Test-Driven Development (TDD) approach, unit tests are still a controversial topic in software development and some people event consider that most unit testing is waste. In his blog post, Bas Dijkstra explains why he thinks that unit testing should be the basis of any solid automation strategy.

Unit Testing for C++

September 4, 2017 0

Even if C++ is less “trendy” that current web development languages like JavaScript, it is still a fundamental technology for many embedded software development projects. In his article, Diego Dagum provides some basic principles of testing in C++.

The Quirkier Side of Software Testing

June 21, 2017 0

Not all bugs are created equal. Sometimes quirks in the programming languages we use are to blame, and finding them has often stumped even the best programmers and testers. This talk explores the quirkier side of software testing by showing some hand-picked examples from many of the languages used everyday. Finally it will challenge you to try and guess the quirk as it presents a series of oddball examples found in languages such as C, Java, Objective-C, PHP, and everyone’s favorite – JavaScript.

Testing Angular Applications

June 7, 2017 0

The best reason for writing tests is to automate your testing. Without tests, you will likely perform software testing manually. This manual testing will take longer and longer as your codebase grows. This video presents how to test an Angular 2 application. Learn how to use to JavaScript open source testing tools: Jasmine, a Behavior Driven Development (BDD) testing framework for JavaScript, to unit testing components and Protractor, a testing framework for Angular and AngularJS applications, for integration testing. This presentation explores also coverage options and continuous integration tools.

An Overview of JUnit 5

May 29, 2017 0

JUnit 5 is the next generation of JUnit. The goal of this upcoming version is to create an up-to-date foundation for developer-side testing on the JVM. The evolution includes focusing on Java 8 and above, as well as enabling many different styles of testing. In his article, Nicolai Parlog explains how you should write tests with JUnit 5.

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