Writing Great Unit Tests distinguishes Good Programmers from Great Programmers.
In this course, you will learn how to Write Great Java Unit Tests with Mockito and JUnit.
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You take 12 steps with JUnit and 18 steps with Mockito into unit testing proficiency.
Mocking with Mockito
•Step 01 : Set up an Eclipse Project with JUnit and Mockito frameworks. First Green Bar.
•Step 02 : Example to start understanding why we need mocks.
•Step 03 : What is a stub? Create an unit test using Stub? Disadvantages of Stubs.
•Step 04 : Your first Mockito code! Hurrah!!! Lets use Mockito to mock TodoService.
•Step 05 : Stubbing variations with Mockito. A few mockito examples mocking List class : Multiple return values, Argument Matchers and throwing exceptions.
•Step 06 : Introduction to BDD. Given When Then. BDD Mockito Syntax.
•Step 07 : How to verify calls on a mock? Verify how many times a method is called. We will add deleteTodo method to the TodoService.
•Step 08 : How to capture an argument which is passed to a mock?
•Step 09 : Hamcrest Matchers.
•Step 10 : Let’s simplify things with Mockito Annotations. @Mock, @InjectMocks, @RunWith(MockitoJUnitRunner.class), @Captor
•Step 11 : JUnit Rules. Using MockitoJUnit.rule() instead of @RunWith(MockitoJUnitRunner.class).
•Step 12 : Real world Example with Spring
•Step 13 : What is a spy? How to spy with Mockito?
•Step 14 : Some Theory : Why does Mockito not allow stubbing final and private methods?
•Step 15 : Using PowerMock and Mockito to mock a Static Method.
•Step 16 : Using PowerMock and Mockito to invoke a private Method.
•Step 17 : Using PowerMock and Mockito to mock a constructor.
•Step 18 : Good Unit Tests.
•Step 01 : Need for Unit Testing
•Step 02 : Setting up your First JUnit
•Step 03 : First Successful JUnit. Green Bar and assertEquals
•Step 04 : Refactoring Your First JUnit Test
•Step 05 : Second JUnit Example assertTrue and assertFalse
•Step 06 : @Before @After
•Step 07 : @BeforeClass @AfterClass
•Step 08 : Comparing Arrays in JUnit Tests
•Step 09 : Testing Exceptions in JUnit Tests
•Step 10 : Testing Performance in JUnit Tests
•Step 11 : Parameterized Tests
•Step 12 : Organize JUnits into Suites
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