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NetBeans 7.2 Introduces TestNG

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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, NetBeans 7.2 beta provides TestNG integration. I did not elaborate further in that post other than a single reference to that feature because I wanted to ...

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Spring Testing Support with TestNG

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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 configuration, support for data-driven testing (with @DataProvider), powerful execution model (no more TestSuite) (etc). Spring testing support covers very useful and important features for unit and integration testing of spring based ...

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TestNG and Maven configuration guide

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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. The simplest rule it to write only small unit tests which test given class having the neighborhood mocked. Nevertheless sometimes it is useful/required to test something in IoC container context ...

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Introduction to mutation testing with PIT and TestNG

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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 fact that a given line was executed during tests. The idea is to modify the production code (introduce mutations) which should change its behavior (produce different ...

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TestNG or JUnit

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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 I go over to TestNG especially with JUnit is provided by the default development environment like Eclipse or Maven. Continuing the same battle, yesterday I started ...

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