JUnit is a popular testing library for Java applications and I extensively used it when working at Amazon for the numerous Java applications and services there. However, I came across a number of different anti-patterns and areas to improve the quality of the test code. This post introduces many of the different tricks and patterns that I’ve learned and shared with my coworkers, and now want to share
Another library to know and reference is Mockito, which I use extensively in JUnit test cases and will reference this too below.
These are all real things that I’ve seen developers do.Continue reading “Best Practices for Java testing with JUnit”