I found myself needing to run Selenium tests from
Java against a Selenium server running on a port other than the default
4444. Every example on the web...
0 replies - 14458 views - 12/09/09 by Jared Richardson in Tips and Tricks
XebiaLabs' automated deployment product for Java EE applications, we
are always building and modifying integrations with middleware...
0 replies - 9578 views - 12/08/09 by Vincent Partington in Articles
JUnit has been an important framework in the evolution of test-driven development (TDD). The open source unit testing framework has been ported to numerous...
3 replies - 9422 views - 12/07/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
I love working on client projects, because those help me really
understand how Tapestry gets used, and the problems people are running
in to. On site...
0 replies - 11558 views - 12/04/09 by Howard Lewis Ship in Articles
I must confess having had a awed love relationship with TDD (Test Driven Development).
This is the style where you first write the test cases and then...
5 replies - 4515 views - 12/02/09 by Dhananjay Nene in Articles
This article is about test driven
development of web service clients. Since we will be talking about
unit tests, functional tests, test...
0 replies - 7895 views - 11/30/09 by Lukas Krecan in Articles
One nice feature in JUnit 4 is that of Parameterized Tests, which
let you do data-driven testing in JUnit with a minimum of fuss. It's
easy enough, and very...
3 replies - 10624 views - 11/30/09 by John Ferguson Smart in Articles
Something which I've noticed over the last few
projects that I've worked on is that at the beginning when I don't know
very much at all about the code...
0 replies - 4331 views - 11/09/09 by Mark Needham in Articles
I used to be strongly opposed to this idea but I started changing my mind recently. Here is what happened.
Production and test code can be...
7 replies - 5798 views - 11/09/09 by Cedric Beust in Articles
I was surprised to see how many hidden and undocumented features Junit
has. In the new release (4.7) you have access to a lot of interesting
stuff (still in...
1 replies - 8730 views - 11/06/09 by Mathieu Carbou in Articles
Mockito expands its impressive feature set with release 1.8.I was once a happy EasyMock user. If asked, I think I would have even questioned the need for a new...
1 replies - 11160 views - 11/03/09 by Barry Fitzgerald in Articles
We design our code for performance, maintenance, simplicity,
extensibility and other goals, but most of us do not think about
testability as a design...
0 replies - 7432 views - 10/16/09 by Nitin Bharti in Videos
Scala has made a name for itself recently with the announcement in April that Twitter was in the process of converting their back-end from Ruby to Scala. The...
0 replies - 8361 views - 10/13/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
According to a recent scientific study,
using TDD increases development (coding) time by 15-30%, but results in
40-90% fewer defects. This study was done...
10 replies - 5470 views - 10/12/09 by John Ferguson Smart in Articles
It has been a week since I started using Infinitest while working on FEST-Assert. I’m very pleased with the results, to the point that I’m getting addicted...
0 replies - 4977 views - 10/06/09 by Alex Ruiz in Articles