JUnit Recipes: Practical Methods for Programmer Testing
|Dewey Subject Codes:||005||Computer Programming|
Computer Bks - Languages/Programming, Computer Books: Languages, Computer Programs Testing, Computer software, Computers, Java (Computer program language), Programming Languages - Java, Testing
There are several ways to test software. Perhaps the easiest on the tester is to simply ship it and let the customers find the bugs. It has been argued that this is the standard practice in the case of certain operating systems, but of course that isn't true.
JUnit -- the unit testing framework for Java -- is simple to use, but some code can be tricky to test. When you're facing this kind of challenge, this book is a good place to start looking for help. It has some one hundred and thirty-seven tested solutions to a wide range of testing problems.
Slong with these recipes, there is some valuable discussion on how testing saves time - just in case your boss needs convincing, there are some recipes for servlets, JSP's, EJBs, database code and much more.
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