JUnit 5 released with much fanfare, and the updates just keep on coming. Now, the latest version 5.4.0 adds some new features, bug fixes, and breaking changes. Come see what’s been added and improved upon. New to JUnit 5? There’s no better time than now to upgrade and start with this popular unit testing framework.
Looking for a Java library to support your JUnit tests? Introducing Testcontainers, a lightweight library for anything that can run in a container. Launch useful Docker containers for the duration of JUnit tests today!
Our long-running trivia series has come to an end. This week, we’re looking at one final subject: JUnit, a popular testing framework for Java.
A few months after the 5.2 release, one of our most favorite testing frameworks is here with another update, packed with a long list of new features, bug fixes, and improvements. Let’s take a closer look!
Nicolai Parlog shares what some crowd-funded backing and a committed group of Java test enthusiasts can produce in the first instalment of JUnit Lambda. Before work begins on their alpha version, Parlog takes a look at the basic features of the project.
With JUnit’s crowdfunding campaign gaining traction, we’re all for further development of the popular unit testing tool. Johannes Link reveals in this JAXenter interview where the problems currently lie with JUnit and how these might be addressed in a possible JUnit 5.0.
With Scala as a language getting several new intricacies, you need a tool capable of testing them. Look no further…
Ellery Crane explores Groovy browser automation solution Geb and how it can be used to write easy and top-notch functional tests.
PLUS, first beta of Cassandra 1.0.0, and LucidDB 0.9.4 released with new AdminUI.
The first release of Seam JCR Module and TestNG 6.0 released.
PLUS, Gradle 1.0 M1 and bug fixes for Scala-based Scalate template engine.
OSLC Open Source project aims to provide tools to support the specification process.
PLUS, Bamboo 2.7 with out-of-the-box Mercurial (Hg) support.