Category JUnit

JUnit 5 Maven Example

In this article, I’d like to show you how to setup and run a JUnit 5 example with Maven so that you can get started with new JUnit 5 features. 1. Prerequisites JUnit 5 requires Java 8 or above. Therefore,… Continue Reading →

JUnit 5 Annotations Example

In this article, we will walk through some JUnit 5 annotations that often be used when we write tests. 1. Preparation This section introduces some preparations you may need to set up if you want to get started with JUnit… Continue Reading →

JUnit 5 Dynamic Tests – Generate Tests at Run-time

To continue the series about JUnit 5 tutorial, I’d like to introduce about JUnit 5 Dynamic Tests feature which allows us to declare and run test cases generated at run-time. 1. Static Tests vs Dynamic Tests 1.1. Static Tests To… Continue Reading →

JUnit 5 Nested Tests Examples

In this tutorial, we will get to know about JUnit 5 Nested Tests, how to use the JUnit 5 @Nested annotation to express the relationship among several group of tests. Let’s say we need to write tests for a class… Continue Reading →

JUnit 5 Assumptions With Assume

To continue the series about JUnit 5 tutorial, we will get to know about JUnit 5 Assumptions. During the development, there are some situations that the source code is not written well, dependent on some conditions temporarily and this might… Continue Reading →

JUnit 5 Test Suite – Aggregating Tests In Suites

To continue the series about JUnit 5 tutorials, in this post, we will try to get to know about JUnit 5 test suite which is a concept of aggregating multiple test classes in a test suite so that we can… Continue Reading →

JUnit 5 Exception Testing

To continue the JUnit 5 tutorial series, I’d like to share about JUnit 5 exception testing, how JUnit 5 supports us in testing exception. 1. Preparation The basic source code can be found in Github. You will need to get… Continue Reading →

JUnit 5 Disable or Ignore A Test

To continue the series of the JUnit 5 tutorials, I’d like to share how to disable or ignore a test in JUnit 5. During the development, we may want to temporarily ignore or disable a test, a group of tests… Continue Reading →

JUnit 5 Assertions Example

JUnit Jupiter, a module of JUnit 5 which is the next generation of JUnit 4, comes with many of assertion methods that JUnit 4 has and adds some overloads which can be used with Java 8 Lambda Expression. In this… Continue Reading →

JUnit 5 vs JUnit 4

JUnit 5, which is the next generation of JUnit, promises to be a programmer-friendly testing framework for Java 8. In this post, JUnit 5 vs JUnit 4, let’s discover some major differences between them. 1. Architecture JUnit 4. All in… Continue Reading →

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