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TestNG: Run tests sequentially with @DataProvider inside one test class

Many java developers and automation test engineers use TestNG as a testing framework in their job. I’m not an exception. This is an obvious choice because TestNG provides very powerful ...
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Running unit tests and integration tests separately with Maven Failsafe and TestNG

Recently for my new pet project I decided that I would like to have some tests executed during standard mvn test and some other ones only during different phase, let’s call it integration ...
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NetBeans 7.2 Introduces TestNG

One of the advantages of code generation is the ability to see how a specific language feature or framework is used. As I discussed in the post NetBeans 7.2 beta: Faster and More Helpful, ...
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Spring Testing Support with TestNG

TestNG is a test framework which is designed to cover all categories of tests: unit, functional, end-to-end, integration, (etc). It includes a lot of features such as flexible test ...
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Better looking HTML test reports for TestNG with ReportNG – Maven guide

TestNG is a testing framework created as an annotation driven alternative for JUnit 3 in times when “extends TestCase” was a indispensable part of writing tests. Even now it provides ...
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TestNG and Maven configuration guide

To be useful automatic tests should run very fast. Otherwise will not be run often during development or even will be ignored in the default configuration on the developer workstations. ...
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Introduction to mutation testing with PIT and TestNG

Mutation testing is a technique which allows to discover which parts of our code are not covered by tests. It is similar to a code coverage, but mutation testing is not limited to the ...
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TestNG or JUnit

For many years now, I have always found myself going back to TestNG whenever it comes to doing Unit Testing with Java Code. Everytime, I picked up TestNG, people have asked me why do ...
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