Does anyone else feel that unittesting is too much work? Not in general,
just the official unittest module for small to medium sized projects?
It seems easier to write some quick methods that are used when needed
rather than building a program with integrated unittesting. I see the
value of it (the official unittest that is)... especially when the
I just start to study Unit Testing (using FlexUnit). I still have not sure how to use them.
I created a new flex project, and created a class named Car. Then, I created a TestCase class, for Car class.
This is the default template that FlexBuilder gave to me, and I put some traces.
I am posting this question again (3rd time) because some issues with my no
Here it is the question:
I have not been able to run unit tests for a VSTO (2005) project. I have an
Excel project and a unit test project in the same solution. I have not found
the way to initialize the runtimecallback as required by the code generated
I have never used Unit Testing and I understand the uses of it but I don't really know when and how to use it.
I would like to know when it's worth it to use Unit Testing, maybe with some examples.
Solution You should almost always unit test and you should write code with unit tests in mind.
The extremists write tests even before writing the code
I have compiled a set og unit testing
recommendations based on my own experience
on the concept.
Feedback and suggestions for improvements
are appreciated: http://geosoft.no/development/unittesting.html
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I was looking at the apple's unit testing suits (logic and application tests) but ended up using iPhoneUnitTesting from google-toolbox-for-mac, which I found more documented and easy to get started with Java's unit tes
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As example, I have following simple class .
@Path(value = "ping")
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I've been talking on S
I have a bunch of servlets running under the Tomcat servlet container. I would like to separate test code from production code, so I considered using a test framework.
JUnit is nicely integrated into Eclipse, but I failed to make it run servlets using a running Tomcat server. Could you please recommend a unit testing framework that supports testing