I spent a little bit of time check out both webtest and jWebUnit. Here are my first impression: webtest is declarative and XML configuration file driven. If you like configuration management more than programming, you might like this format. All you need is edit the test definition and hit the run command, no compilation necessary. […]Read more "webtest and jWebUnit: first impression"
During JavaOne 2007, I attended Chris Richardson’s talk on Minimalist Testing Techniques for Enterprise Java Technology-Based Applications. Beyond the usual JUnit and CruiseControl, he mentioned a few new interesting names: JMock, EasyMock, and Selenium. Both JMock and EasyMock are object mock-up frameworks that allow a developer to focus on unit test a module independent from […]Read more "Chris Richardson on Testing"
JUnit has been around for a long time. And Junit has been in NetBeans for sometime now. If I remember correctly, I did play with integrated JUnit in NetBeans a year or two ago. Now I am trying it out again and it certainly is pretty easy to use. I just click my way through […]Read more "My initial impression on JUnit with NetBeans 5.5 rc1"