I am writing JUnit unit tests for my classes. Is it better to have a separate class for each method, or have just one test class for every actual class?
I've just built a self-balancing tree (red-black) in Java (language should be irrelevant for this question though), and I'm trying to come up with a good means of testing that it's properly balanced. ...
In the context of Continuous Integration, I need to teach unit testing to a 20-people audience of programmers. Everything will be all right, but I am still trying to find the perfect unit testing ...
I have a very interesting situation. Management has strictly asked to do unit testing for the code being developed and divided the task in such a way that few are developing the code and others are ...
I know what unit testing is in general and what JUnit is in particular. But here I see that there is a project called JUnitEE which seems to me to be a wrapper over JUnit. So I would like to better ...
I've just read an excerpt of "Growing Object-Oriented Software" book which explains some reasons why mocking concrete class is not recommended. Here some sample code of a unit-test for the ...
My classes are following this structure Service Tier (creates and maps InputDTO to DB Data) -> DAO Tier (actually executes DB calls) When I write the service tier JUnits, and when it calls DAO ...