That Spring allows you to easily develop REST APIs, is probably something we all know by now. With MockMvc and MockRestServiceServer, the same can be said to testing those REST APIs and clients. If you didn’t know this, then you’re at the right place to learn about it, as we’ll explore those options today!
Posts tagged with Testing
After checking out AVA and tape, it’s time to check out Jest. Jest is a testing framework developed by Facebook, and is often used to test React applications. However, it isn’t limited to just React, so let’s explore the features it has by testing a small Node.js application!
Last time, I tested a simple Node.js application I wrote with AVA. While my initial experience with AVA was great, it’s probably still worth it to compare it with other testing frameworks. Another testing framework I seem to hear a lot about is tape. One of the main advantages of tape is that it produces […]
A while back I wrote some tutorials about E2E testing with FluentLenium (Java), E2E testing for Meteor using Velocity and recently E2E testing AngularJS applications using Protractor. Today I’m also going to test an AngularJS application, but this time I will be using Nightwatch.js. While Nightwatch.js is not made specifically for AngularJS applications, you can […]
A few weeks ago I wrote a simple AngularJS application and some tests using Jasmine + Sinon.js. Today we will go into detail about another aspect of testing AngularJS applications, namely end to end testing (E2E).
In my previous tutorial I mentioned how to write unit tests for Meteor using Jasmine and Sinon.js on the Velocity platform. In this tutorial I will write some end to end (E2E) tests for the same application, but with some different frameworks. I will still be using Velocity, but as I mentioned in my previous […]
In this first part I’ll show you how to unit test your Meteor application using the Velocity platform.
If you’re a web developer like me, then you probably know that writing tests for an application means that you have to test various parts of the application. Modern web architectures usually contain the necessary front-end logic, a REST back-end and some data persistence. Having to test your application means that you want to cover […]
The past couple of weeks I wrote several kind of tests for my Spring Boot application, we started of with some integration tests for our REST service, and today I’m writing the last part of the series with some functional/integration tests for the application using Selenium.