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Testing

Running Kotlin Tests With Gradle

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

Running Kotlin Tests With Maven

When we start a new project with Kotlin, one of the first things that we have to do is to create a Maven 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

Using TestProject Actions in Our Test Classes

After we have have written custom TestProject actions, we want to use them in our test classes. Unfortunately, we have no idea how can do it. During this blog post we will write two tests for the search function of my blog and both test classes use

Writing Addons With TestProject

After we have written some test cases with the TestProject framework, it’s likely that we can identify duplicate code which is shared by multiple test classes. This blog post describes how we can remove duplicate code from our test suite by