JUnit 5 Tutorials


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Code-Tag JUnit 5 tutorials: A study guide for beginners and professionals to learn the the next generation of JUnit . The goal of this tutorials is to provide comprehensive reference tutorials for programmers writing tests and extensions.

 

  1. The JUnit Platform: serves as a foundation for launching testing frameworks on the JVM. It also defines the TestEngine API for developing a testing framework that runs on the platform.
  2. JUnit Jupiter: is the combination of the new programming model and extension model for writing tests and extensions in JUnit 5.
  3. JUnit Vintage: provides a test engine for running JUnit 3 and 4 based tests on the platform.
  • Writing tests:

    A step by step guide on how to Install JUnit 5 into your project. An in-depth look at JUnit 5 annotations and assertions. In addition, we’ll see how to repeat a test, how to run a test multiple times with different arguments and how to do dynamic tests. Furthermore you’ll learn more about tagging, filtering and nested tests.

  • Running tests:

    In this tutorial we’ll show you how to run a test using different types of IDEs. Run your tests using Console Launcher manually or execute tests with a JUnit 4 based Runner. How to use the JUnit Gradle Plugin and how to run any test whose programming model is supported on the JUnit Platform in a JUnit 4 environment.

  • Extensions:

    A detailed guide on how to deal with register extensions and Inherited extensions. A brief description of test life cycle call-back and exception handling. Furthermore you’ll learn how to keep the state from one invocation of an extension to the next, and the supported utilities in extensions.

  • Platform launcher:

    An introduction for the concept of a Launcher and how it can be used to discover, filter, and execute tests. Moreover, third party test libraries – like Spock, Cucumber, and FitNesse – can plug into the JUnit Platform’s launching infrastructure by providing a custom TestEngine.

  • API Annotations:

    In this tutorial we’ll show you how did the introduction of a defined life-cycle improved JUnit. In addition we’ll discuss the API annotations and the tooling support that JUnit is planning to do for users.

 

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