In Part 1 of this tutorial, we looked at performing parameterized tests in JUnit. In this portion, we will look at a more recent addition to JUnit – Rules.
If you code in Java, I’m sure you’re familiar with JUnit. Although it’s not the only unit test framework out there, it’s probably the most popular, and has inspired a variety of similar frameworks for other languages. In this tutorial, we’re going to examine some of the more advanced features of the newer versions of […]
Raise your hands if you’ve ever coded a web application that did any of the following: Supported more than one language, and automatically chose the language to present based on the contents of the Accept‑Language HTTP header. Generated different response formats (e.g. JSON vs XML) to REST queries based on the contents of the Accept […]
In Part 1 of this tutorial, we set up a simple UIDocument-based class that will save and read an array of objects containing names and birthdays. We also set up a pair of unit tests that verified that we could, indeed, read and write using this class. In particular, the unit tests were designed to […]