This is an online version of the Manning book JUnit Recipes: Practical Methods for Programmer Testing. With liveBook you can access Manning books in-browser — anytime, anywhere.
About this Book
As Test-Driven Development practitioners, we have a tendency to write about JUnit exclusively as a tool for writing Object Tests. Because much of the JUnit community intersects with the TDD community, this seems like a reasonable thing to do; however, you may not be a TDD practitioner. Your current project may use JUnit, but only to write tests for existing code or to write tests at a higher-level view of the system than its objects. We would hate to leave you out of the conversation, as JUnit is certainly suitable for writing other kinds of tests.