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Posted by Eric Gunnewegh at 7:56 on Thursday 14 December    Add 'JUnit Reloaded' site to delicious  Add 'JUnit Reloaded' site to technorati  Add 'JUnit Reloaded' site to digg  Add 'JUnit Reloaded' site to dzone

JUnit is the most widely used (unit-) testing tool in the Java world. With version 4, Kent Beck and Erich Gamma introduced the first significant API changes in the last few years. When the first release candidate was available back in 2005, you could hardly use it in a productive working environment due to the lack of tool support at that time. By now, most build tools and IDEs come with support for JUnit 4, so it’s about time to give it a try. This article describes what’s different compared to JUnit 3.8.x.

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 11:21 on Wednesday 15 March    Add 'In pursuit of code quality: Resolve to get FIT' site to delicious  Add 'In pursuit of code quality: Resolve to get FIT' site to technorati  Add 'In pursuit of code quality: Resolve to get FIT' site to digg  Add 'In pursuit of code quality: Resolve to get FIT' site to dzone

Whereas JUnit assumes that every aspect of testing is the domain of developers, the Framework for Integrated Tests (FIT) makes testing a collaboration between the business clients who write requirements and the developers who implement them. Does this mean that FIT and JUnit are competitors? Absolutely not! Code quality perfectionist Andrew Glover shows you how to combine the best of FIT and JUnit for better teamwork and effective end-to-end testing.

Read more in an article by Andrew Glover at [developerworks]

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 18:00 on Thursday 15 September    Add 'An early look at JUnit 4' site to delicious  Add 'An early look at JUnit 4' site to technorati  Add 'An early look at JUnit 4' site to digg  Add 'An early look at JUnit 4' site to dzone

JUnit is the de facto standard unit testing library for the Java™ language. JUnit 4 is the first significant release of this library in almost three years. It promises to simplify testing by exploiting Java 5′s annotation feature to identify tests rather than relying on subclassing, reflection, and naming conventions. In this article, obsessive code tester Elliotte Harold takes JUnit 4 out for a spin and details how to use the new framework in your own work. Note that this article assumes prior experience with JUnit. [developerworks]

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 11:51 on Monday 18 July    Add 'Test Framework Comparison' site to delicious  Add 'Test Framework Comparison' site to technorati  Add 'Test Framework Comparison' site to digg  Add 'Test Framework Comparison' site to dzone

Currently, JUnit remains the de facto standard for unit testing in Java. Justin Lee has written up a comparison between JUnit, JTiger, and TestNG, focusing on the differences between them in simple cases to illustrate when and where each might be used, and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of each. [theserverside]

Related: Parasoft JTest 7 generates JUnit tests from running apps

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 10:14 on Thursday 14 July    Add 'Taking JUnit Out of the Box' site to delicious  Add 'Taking JUnit Out of the Box' site to technorati  Add 'Taking JUnit Out of the Box' site to digg  Add 'Taking JUnit Out of the Box' site to dzone

JUnit is practically ubiquitous among Java developers as a way to test code, but it’s somewhat limited by the fact that it’s only meant to run in one JVM on one box, hampering its usefulness when developing distributed applications. In this article, Amir Shevat shows how the open source JUnit extension Pisces helps JUnit overcome this limitation. [onjava.com]

Posted by jcn at 21:53 on Thursday 30 December    Add 'Write Eclipse JUnit Tests in Jython' site to delicious  Add 'Write Eclipse JUnit Tests in Jython' site to technorati  Add 'Write Eclipse JUnit Tests in Jython' site to digg  Add 'Write Eclipse JUnit Tests in Jython' site to dzone

Eclipse integrates the JUnit framework to enable seamless tests integration in Java, and Python is a great language for writing tests. Learn how to write Eclipse JUnit tests in Jython (Python for Java). [ testdriven.com ]

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The yearly reviews are starting. ONJava takes a look back at what has been popular in 2004 by analyzing the most read articles. Java 5 topics, Eclipse, JUnit, and Hibernate, are high on the list. [ artima.com ]


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