Practical Unit Testing with JUnit and Mockito
Practical Unit Testing with TestNG and Mockito

Nowadays developers are expected to write unit tests. While simple in theory, in practice writing high-quality unit tests can turn out to be a real challenge. This book will help.


Tools

This book explains in detail how to implement unit tests using very popular open source Java technologies: JUnit, TestNG, Mockito and AssertJ.

Techniques

It presents a range of techniques necessary to write high quality unit tests – e.g. mocks, parametrized tests and matchers. It also discusses trade-offs related to the choices we have to make when dealing with some real-life code issues.

Mindset

The book stresses the importance of writing readable and maintainable unit tests, and puts a lot of stress on code quality. It shows how to achieve testable code and to eliminate common mistakes by following the Test Driven Development (TDD) approach. Every topic discussed in the book is illustrated with code examples, and each chapter is accompanied by some exercises.

By reading this book you will:

  • Grasp the role and purpose of unit tests
  • Write high-quality, readable and maintainable unit tests
  • Learn how to use JUnit and Mockito (but also other useful tools)
  • Avoid common pitfalls
  • Recognize bad unit tests, and fix them in no time
  • Develop code following the Test Driven Development (TDD) approach
  • Use mocks, stubs and test-spies intelligently
  • Measure the quality of your tests using code coverage and mutation testing
  • Learn how to improve your tests’ code so it is an asset and not a burden
  • Test collections, expected exceptions, time-dependent methods and much more
  • Customize test reports so that they show you what you really need to know
  • Master tools and techniques your team members have never even heard of (priceless!) :)

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Testimonials

Sample chapter

Reviews are cool, but why not decide on your own? Here you will find one of the last chapters from the "Practical Unit Testing with TestNG and Mockito" book. The chapter explains how to make unit tests manageable, so they do not become a burden as the project develops and changes are introduced. To a large extent this chapter is independent from the underlying testing framework (JUnit or TestNG), so its content in the "Practical Unit Testing with JUnit and Mockito" book is very similar.
P.S. Hint: use "fullscreen" option. :)

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About the Author

Tomek KaczanowskiHi there!

My name is Tomek Kaczanowski, and I’m happy to present to you the results of my hard work. This book have been written on the basis of my experience as a senior Java developer, trainer, mentor, technical team leader and merciless code reviewer. :)

The book have been proofread by several TDD & Java experts, and corrected by a native speaker, so I feel pretty confident about recommending it. Okay then, let’s forget about modesty: I reckon these really are the best books dealing with unit tests on the market! I hope you’ll share my opinion - when you’ve read them! :)

Personally, I would have been really happy to have had the chance to read book like this some time ago: it would have spared me several grey hairs, for sure! :) I would also be happy if my colleagues were to read them and follow the advice they would find there... :)

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Source code

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