Imagine being able to organize and structure your Arquillian tests as human-readable specifications by example that describe at a high-level how the application should work, then being able to present illustrated documentation generated from a test run that gives all parties an account of the features under development and tracks feature sign-off through automation of the acceptance criteria.
Thucydides is an open source library designed to make it easier to define, implement and report on automated acceptance criteria. Until now, Thucydides tests have been implemented using JUnit or easyb. However the most recent version of Thucydides, version 0.9.x, now lets you write your acceptance criteria using the popular JBehave framework.
When developing any system or software, it is important to test as much of that system as possible. Web frameworks are no exception; comprehensive, well-designed unit tests are critical for long-term success and maintenance. With the introduction of Contexts and Dependency Injection into the Java Enterprise framework (otherwise known as CDI – Weld, or Apache OpenWebBeans,) unit testing is as important as ever, but it would be nice to harness the power of dependency injection for use in unit tests, as well as in the production system!
In this post, I’m going to show you what EasyMock is and how you can use it for testing your java application. For this purpose, I’m going to create a simple Portfolio application and test it using JUnit & EasyMock libraries.
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