Teamtreehouse – Unit Testing in Java


Teamtreehouse – Unit Testing in Java

General:

About this Course

Unit testing is a Java best practice that ensures your code is working how it was intended. It is a critical habit that you should develop early on in your coding adventures.

What you’ll learn

Defining a Unit
Composition vs. Inheritance
Test fixtures, test suites and the jUnit test runner

Why Test?

Testing is a critical development practice. It provides countless benefits that we will explore.

9 steps

Introduction

5:10
Defining a Unit

3:34
How we define units

3 questions
Introducing the Project

4:59
Beginning the Project

3 questions
Code Reuse

6:12
Composition vs. Inheritance

4 questions
The Quick Prototype

6:56
Single Responsibility Principle

2 questions

How to Test

Let’s get our testing environment all set up and walk through how to write and then run our tests.

8 steps
What to Test

Determining what to test is part of the great art of testing. Let’s explore the boundaries and responsibilities of your tests.

10 steps

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