JUnit is a unit testing framework for the Java programming language. JUnit has been important in the development of test-driven development, and is one of a family of unit testing frameworks collectively known as xUnit that originated with JUnit.
This tutorial will teach you how to use JUnit in your day-2-day life of any project unit testing while working with Java programming language.
The Video includes from setting up the environment till integration with CI tools
In this training course, attendees will learn the following
1. Working with Junit framework classes such as JUnitCore, Result, Failure class etc.
2. How to use Assertion.
3. How the execution of code take place in Junit.
4. Reading the test data from Database & CSV Files (Data Driven Testing)
5. How to do batch execution of testcases.
Basic of Ant build Tool
1. What is build.xml.
2. What is a target, different type of target present in Ant.
3. How to write target for Junit.
4. Integration execution of Junit using Ant tool.
Continuous Integration Tool Jenkins
1. Configuring the Jenkins.
2. Execution of Junit from Jenkins.
3. Integration of Ant with Jenkins.
1. Run the Junit using eclipse plugin
2. @Runwith & @SuiteClasses Annotation
And source code shown as part of video lecture will be provided for download
I have total 6 year of experience in the field of testing (Manual & Automation). Being a manual tester my major area of work is Integration, Functional & Regression testing. When it comes with automation, I deal with automation tool such as Junit, Testng, Selenium RC & Web driver. I have worked with team for developing automation framework for web based product using Selenium RC & migrating it to Web driver at later stage.
I have also worked on the testing of Restful web services. And have pretty good experience with Apache HttpClient Library.
from past 2 year, I am working as white box tester (SDET) in one of the MNC. I usually deal with testing the API written in Java. I also deal with Junit framework for doing the unit testing and also automating the unit test cases