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Discuss Mockito

Discuss Mockito Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Mockito is a mocking framework, JAVA-based library that is used for effective unit testing of JAVA applications. Mockito is used to mock interfaces so that a dummy functionality can be added to a mock interface that can be used in unit testing. This tutorial should help you…

Mockito – Useful Resources

Mockito – Useful Resources Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   The following resources contain additional information on Mockito. Please use them to get more in-depth knowledge on this topic. Useful Links on Mockito Mockito Wiki − Wikipedia Reference for Mockito. Mockito Official Site − Your main resource for Mockito latest versions, plug-ins, tutorials, news, and…

Mockito – Quick Guide

Mockito – Quick Guide Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Mockito – Overview What is Mocking? Mocking is a way to test the functionality of a class in isolation. Mocking does not require a database connection or properties file read or file server read to test a functionality. Mock objects do the mocking of the…

Mockito – Behavior Driven Development

Mockito – Behavior Driven Development Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Behavior Driven Development is a style of writing tests uses given, when and then format as test methods. Mockito provides special methods to do so. Take a look at the following code snippet. //Given given(calcService.add(20.0,10.0)).willReturn(30.0); //when double result = calcService.add(20.0,10.0); //then Assert.assertEquals(result,30.0,0); Here we’re…

Mockito – Timeouts

Mockito – Timeouts Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Mockito provides a special Timeout option to test if a method is called within stipulated time frame. Syntax //passes when add() is called within 100 ms. verify(calcService,timeout(100)).add(20.0,10.0); Example Step 1 − Create an interface called CalculatorService to provide mathematical functions File: CalculatorService.java public interface CalculatorService {…