JUnit for C# Developers 7 – Law of Demeter and Temporal Mocking

Last time in this series, I posted about a good reminder of a couple of principles of good object oriented design (respecting the Law of Demeter and avoiding static method invocations as much as possible). Today, I’m going to double back on this consciously a bit to explore some more Continue reading

JUnit for C# Developers 5 – Delving Further into Mocking

Today, I’m continuing my series on unit testsing with JUnit with a target audience of C# developers. Goals These are today’s goals that I’m going to document: See about an NCrunch-equivalent, continuous testing tool for Eclipse and Java Testing the various complexities of the @PathVariable annotations Use mockito to perform Continue reading