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Imbibing the Fluency of Mockito

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I recently found myself writing some code to integrate two disparate platforms. One of these systems is Java based and the other, while not written in Java, offers a Java API. I’ll call these systems Foo and Bar, respectively. It became obvious before I had written a line of code, however, that testing the eventual adapter would require I explicitly ...

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Unit Testing of Spring MVC Controllers: REST API

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Spring MVC provides an easy way to create REST APIs. However, writing comprehensive and fast unit tests for these APIs has been troublesome. The release of the Spring MVC Test framework gave us the possibility to write unit tests which are readable, comprehensive and fast. This blog post describes how we can write unit tests for a REST API by ...

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Sometimes TDD Requires a Hammer

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While there are myriad mocking libraries available for the Java platform, only a select few of these nifty frameworks is capable of mocking the non-mock-friendly modifiers of static and final. Static (or class) methods, while handy for factories, become a nuisance for a framework like Mockito, however, with the inclusion of PowerMock, you’ve got yourself a proverbial hammer. As I ...

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Performance tests for slow networks with tc

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tl;dr: you can easily replicate slow network conditions which makes it easier to performance test them. Smartphones have made both mobile websites and apps that have to connect in mobile situations a lot more common. There’s also a lot of value to be had in servicing these kind of customers and in recent years we’ve arrived at the stage where ...

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Run your Unit Tests in Parallel

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It was about time when the developer of Unit Tests had the ability to run the tests in Parallel using annotations. In today’s blog post, we will look at how you can make your traditional Junit Tests to run in parallel using annotations provided by Easytest. EasyTest  is a Testing Framework build on top of JUnit to provide you ease ...

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Getting Started With Spring’s MVC Test Framework – Part 2

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The first blog in this mini-series introduced the Spring MVC Test Framework and demonstrated its use in unit testing Spring MVC Controller classes as controllers rather then as POJOs. It’s now time to talk about using the framework for integration testing. By ‘integration testing’ I mean loading the Spring context into the test environment so that the controller can work with ...

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Testing Web-based Spring Applications in 2013 (Part One)

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Testing Web-based Spring Applications in 2013 (Part One) A fellow LJCer and TDD/BDD advocate has recently started developing an application using the ever-popular Spring stack, and he asked my advice on how best to implement a Test-driven methodology within this context. I started typing an email back in response, but then it suddenly occurred to me that this might be useful for ...

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Getting Started With Spring’s MVC Test Framework – Part 1

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Newly promoted to the main Spring framework is the Spring MVC Test Framework, which the Guys at Spring claim is a “first class JUnit support for testing client and server side Spring MVC code through a fluent API”1. In this and my next blog, I’m going to take a look at Spring’s MVC Test Framework and apply it to some ...

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Mockito – RETURNS_DEEP_STUBS for JAXB

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Sorry for not having written for some time but I was busy with writing the JBoss Drools Refcard for DZone and I am in the middle of writing a book about Mockito so I don’t have too much time left for blogging… Anyway quite recently on my current project I had an interesting situation regarding unit testing with Mockito and ...

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