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Author Archives: Vinod Kumar Kashyap

Vinod is Sun Certified and love to work in Java and related technologies. Having more than 10 years of experience, he had developed software's including technologies like Java, Hibernate, Struts, Spring, HTML 5, jQuery, CSS, Web Services, MongoDB, AngularJS. He is also a JUG Leader of Chandigarh Java User Group.

How To Write Unit Test Cases in Java With JUnit

In this tutorial we shall show users how to write unit test cases in Java with JUnit. This tutorials will show the JUnit test examples Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Technologies Used 3. Project Setup 4.JUnit API 4.1 Simple Example 4.2 @FixMethodOrder Example 4.3 Group Test Example 4.4 RunListener Example 4.5 Timeout Example 5. Conclusion 1. Introduction JUnit is ...

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JUnit Test Case Example for Web Application

In this tutorial, we shall show users the usage of JUnit Example Web Application. We will see how we can test our web applications and what are the technologies that we need to work with. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Technology Stack 3. What is JUnit? 4. Ways to test Web Applications 5. JWebUnit Introduction 6. Project Setup 6.1 ...

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JUnit Test Void Method Example

In this example, we shall show you to test void methods. In JUnit Test Void Method example we will learn how we can test the void methods using the JUnit. In our previous tutorials, we have learned a lot about the JUnit and its various techniques about testing. But in our previous tutorials we haven’t seen how we can test ...

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JUnit Test Constructor Example

In JUnit Test Constructor Example, we shall show you the process of testing the constructor of a class. It is as simple as we are testing other methods. Since the constructor is called before any other methods of the class we need to see the relevance of testing it. Constructors are used for initializing the class and then do some ...

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JUnit Testcase Example

In this example, we shall show users how to use JUnit Testcase. JUnit Testcase example will follow you to the scenarios of how we can use and test our methods with the help of the JUnit Testcase. As a regular reader, you are already familiar with the JUnit and its usage. If you are new to it you are recommend ...

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Junit Test Timeout Example

In this article, we shall show you the working of JUnit timeout. JUnit provides a very good way of testing your methods against the timeout. In JUnit Test Timeout example, we will show how we can test out methods for timeouts. There are times when we want our methods to execute in a specific time. For example, we want a ...

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JUnit HSQLDB Example

Here is the new JUnit example, but with a difference. In this example we shall show users how they can use JUnit with HSQLDB for testing. In JUnit HSQLDB example, we will try to explain the usage of HSQLDB. Why we are using HSQLDB and not any other DB? We will try to explain the answer to this question in ...

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JUnit Report Generation Example

In this example we shall show users how we can generate reports using the Maven and JUnit. JUnit Report Generation example demonstrates the basic usage of the reporting functionality of JUnit tests. As you already know, JUnit is the basic unit test framework for the Java programmers. This example focuses more on generating the report. Let’s start by analyzing the ...

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JUnit Cucumber Example

In this example we shall show users the usage of Cucumber with JUnit. JUnit Cucumber example will follow a brief introduction about the relation they share and how we can use both with each other. This is a very basic example and users are recommended to test their own scenarios after reading this example. After going through example you will ...

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JUnit Hamcrest Example

In this example we shall show users the usage of Hamcrest. Through JUnit Hamcrest Example we will show users what is hamcrest, where it is used, why it is used, when it is used and how to use it on your applications. If you are a regular user of my JUnit series then you are already familiar with the JUnit. ...

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