Micronaut is a modern, JVM-based, full-stack microservices framework designed for building modular, easily testable microservice applications.
Micronaut is the latest framework designed to make creating microservices quick and easy.
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As we studied in Junit5 in part1 and part2. Junit5 is very impressive in the extension model and architectural style, also the Junit5 Assumptions. The another best aspect about junit5 is compatibility with a lambda expression. In this section let us start looking for Junit5 parameterized … Continue reading →
Assumptions are used to run tests only if certain conditions are met. This is typically used for external conditions that are required for the test to execute properly, but which are not directly related to whatever is being unit tested.
If the assumeTrue() condition is true, then run the … Continue reading →
Before exploring this part, please read first part 1 is here.
Junit5 for beginners. In this tutorial let us make our hands dirty and have practical experience. If you are using Maven or Gradle for either of the build tool you can use dependency.
Maven dependency for Junit 5.0:
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Junit5 tutorials for beginner.
Junit is the Java’s most popular unit testing library, recently has released a new version 5. JUnit 5 is a combination of several modules from three different sub-projects.
JUnit 5 = JUnit Platform + JUnit Jupiter + JUnit Vintage
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