Java Test-Driven Development

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All developers want to build good quality software but not all developers test their software as they go along. Why not? A common explanation is I don`t have time to write tests! The more pressure they feel, the fewer tests they write. This leads to less accurate and stable code, less productivity, less confidence and, ultimately, more pressure. It`s a vicious cycle. This course is designed to help you break out of the cycle by embracing unit-testing and, in particular, test-driven development. We will introduce the techniques and the tools necessary to prove your code as you go along.
At least 3 months Java programming experience
what you`ll learn:
Creating tests using JUnit
Using assertions and Hamcrest matchers
Adopting a test-driven approach to development
Using stubs and mock objects
Writing integration tests
Testing the user interface
Introduction to JUnit:
Getting started with unit testing using JUnit
Generating test stubs
Using assertions
Running tests
Test statuses
Dealing with exceptions
Best practice
Going Further with Unit Testing:
Organizing projects
Performing setup and teardown operations
Using Hamcrest matchers
Defining a custom matcher
Test suites
TDD and Agile Development:
Understanding the TDD process
Test, code, refactor
TDD strategies
Refactoring techniques
Testing patterns
Best practice
Unit Testing with Mock Objects:
Managing dependencies
Defining test doubles
Stubs, mocks, dummies, and fakes
Tool support JMock, EasyMock, and Mockito
Additional testing techniques:
Integration testing
Testing the user interface using Selenium WebDriver
Behaviour-driven design (BDD)
Using JBehave for BDD