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Get Started With JUnit 5

This seven part mini course helps you to start writing unit tests with JUnit 5. After you have finished this mini course, you:

  • Can create a Maven and a Gradle project that can compile and run your unit tests.
  • Know how you can create test classes with JUnit 5.
  • Understand how you can use setup and teardown methods.
  • Can write nested unit tests with JUnit 5, and leverage both setup and teardown methods in your nested test classes.
  • Know how you can write parameterized tests with JUnit 5.
  • Can write assertions by using the JUnit 5 assertion API, Hamcrest, or AssertJ.

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