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Java Unit Testing in Java: How Tests Drive the Code
Unit Testing in Java: How Tests Drive the Code
by Johannes Link and Peter Frohlich 
Morgan Kaufmann uploaders © 2003 (325 pages)

This is a practical introduction to using automated unit tests and the test-first approach in your day-to-day software development. The author gives clear guidance on how to make tests work for you, and shows how test-driven development works in practice.

Table of Contents
Java ScreenShot Unit Testing in Java—How Tests Drive the Code
Java ScreenShot Foreword
Java ScreenShot Foreword
Java ScreenShot Preface
Part I - Basic Techniques
Java ScreenShot - Introduction
Java ScreenShot - Automating Unit Tests
Java ScreenShot - Basic Steps of the Test-First Approach
Java ScreenShot - Test Ideas and Heuristics
Java ScreenShot - The Inner Life of a Test Framework
Java ScreenShot - Dummy and Mock Objects for Independence
Java ScreenShot - Inheritance and Polymorphism
Java ScreenShot - How Much is Enough?
Part II - Advanced Topics
Java ScreenShot - Persistent Objects
Java ScreenShot - Concurrent Programs
Java ScreenShot - Distributed apps
Java ScreenShot - Web apps
Java ScreenShot - Graphical User Interfaces
Java ScreenShot - The Role of Unit Tests in the Software Process
Java ScreenShot - Loose Ends and Opportunities
Part III - Appendices
Java ScreenShot Appendix A - Notes to JUnit
Java ScreenShot Appendix B - Unit Tests with Other Programming Languages
Java ScreenShot Glossary
Java ScreenShot Bibliography and List of References
Java ScreenShot Index
Java ScreenShot List of Figures
Java ScreenShot List of Tables

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