I have almost finished the starter package of my long awaited Test With Spring course. This means that the 30% discount of my Test With Spring course ends next Monday (26th of September, 2016 at 23.59.59 EEST). In other words, I will release the
About eight months I ago I wrote a blog post that asked one question: What prevents you from writing automated tests? The answers of my survey were not a surprise to me because I had struggled to solve the same problems in the past. The top four
The previous part of this tutorial described the structure of a feature method and helped us to specify the expected behavior of the system under specification. This time we will take a closer look at the where block that is used to provide input
The previous part of this tutorial described the structure of a Spock specification and helped us to write our first specification. Although it is important to understand the basics, our specifications are not very useful because we don’t know
When we are writing unit tests with Spock Framework, we have to create so called specifications that describe the features of our application. This blog post provides an introduction to Spock specifications, and will help us to create our first
If you read my blog on a regular basis, you have probably noticed that I have written many tutorials about automated testing. The problem is that some of these tutorials are quite old and outdated, and that is why I am going to update them.