Whether you're just starting with JUnit or you want to ramp up on the new features, JUnit in Action, Third Edition has you covered. Extensively revised with new code and new chapters, JUnit in Action, Third Edition is an up-to-date guide to smooth software testing.
Dozens of hands-on examples illustrate JUnit 5's innovations for dependency injection, nested testing, parameterized tests, and more. Throughout, you'll learn how to use JUnit 5 to automate your testing, for a process that consumes less resources and gives you more time for developing.
· Introduction to unit testing
· Blends JUnit with TDD, BDD, Continuous Integration, and other best practices
· Unit testing of database and web applications
For developers with intermediate Java 8 language skills and a basic
understanding of the Apache Maven tool.
About the technology
JUnit is the gold standard for unit testing Java applications. JUnit 5 is a complete overhaul of this leading Java unit testing framework, boosting your productivity and helping to avoid debugging nightmares. Filled with new tools that make it easier than ever to write effective tests, JUnit 5 brings more granularity and avoids the need to import an entire library, allows multiple runners to work simultaneously and, best of all, allows developers to make full use of the new language features of Java 8 and beyond.
Catalin Tudose has a PhD in Computer Science, and over 15 years experience as a Senior Java Developer and Technical Team Lead. He works as a Java and Web Technologies Expert at Luxoft Romania, and as a professor at the Faculty of Automation and Computers in Bucharest.
Petar Tahchiev is a software engineer with HP and the Jakarta Cactus lead developer.
Felipe Leme is a JCP member and contributor to DbUnit and Cactus.
Gary Gregory is a Java developer with 20+ years of experience who currently develops application servers for legacy integration.
Vincent Massol was the author of the first edition of JUnit in Action.