USI 2009 Session
Belts and braces: Tests for a java web application
Automated tests are part of the XP platform regardless of their granularity or their scope: unit tests, acceptance tests, functional tests, load tests, etc. All these types of tests interact to steer and direct application development, and to provide a safety net when reworking and upgrading code.
Although it has become quite common to use automated unit tests for business code, this is just part of the story.
The goal of this session is to show:
- How to integrate all these tests in the \"build\" system(e.g.: maven).
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