Mocking framework comparison: JMockit

JMockit is an open source framework including APIs for mocking, faking, and integration testing. It is licensed under the MIT License. The first stable release dates back to 2012; the...
Andreas Günzel
Andreas Günzel
comment icon 05.23.2017

JAX 2017: Spring indoor and outdoor

Not only the weather outside brought Spring to us. In the first round of the first conference day, Stéphane Nicoll as one of the main contributors presented the news around...
Jan Hauer
Jan Hauer
comment icon 05.10.2017

JAX 2017: Agile Day

The Agile Day as the first conference day of this years JAX conference brought an insight into agile project experiences within different organizations and environments. One outcome e.g. was the...
Volker Rossmann
Volker Rossmann
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Howto: REST Assured

In my current project, I work in the QA team. One of the questions we had to answer was, "How can we test a REST webservice?" Let me explain shortly...
Christine Bauers
Christine Bauers
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Agreements under Test – Part II

Now that I managed to gain some experience with automatic future proof testing of requirements I take the next level: combining my skills of writing parameterized tests with syntactical agreements....
Alexander Methke
Alexander Methke
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Agreements under Test – Part I

I18N is often implemented with resource bundle files. Some enumeration or set of constants represents the entries from the files. Each file holds all the entries for one language only....
Alexander Methke
Alexander Methke
comment icon 07.29.2016