I have written quite a bit about the TestProject framework, and my TestProject tutorial provides us the technical skills which we need when we write tests for our web applications. This is a good start, but it’s not enough. Before we can truly
We can remove duplicate code from our TestProject test suite by using web actions. Even though web actions make our life easier, they have a access to the entire DOM, and this can make our test code more complicated than it could be. This blog post
This blog post is the first part of my new Spring MVC Test tutorial. This tutorial helps you to write unit and integration tests for Spring MVC controllers with JUnit 5. However, before we can get to the good stuff, we have to understand the basics.
The TestProject framework provides support for running TestProject tests and actions on a local development environment, and this blog post explains how we can use this feature. After we have finished this blog post, we: Know how we can obtain our
When we start a new project with Kotlin, one of the first things that we have to do is to create a Gradle project that can compile and run our application. However, our job isn’t done yet. We still have to figure out a way to compile and run our
The TestProject team published a new feature that allows us to transform our recorded tests into Java code and download the generated code. This blog post explains when this feature is useful to us and describes how we can use this feature. After we