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JUnit

Homepage

http://www.junit.org/

Latest release

4.11 (14/11/2012)

Developed by

Licenses

Common Public License

Overall rating

8.3
Usability
8.3
Simplicity
9.0
Documentation
7.7
Community
7.9

Tags

  • unit testing

  • java

Description

JUnit is a unit testing framework for the Java programming language. JUnit has been important in the development of test-driven development, and is one of a family of unit testing frameworks collectively known as xUnit that originated with SUnit.

JUnit is linked as a JAR at compile-time; the framework resides under packages junit.framework for JUnit 3.8 and earlier and under org.junit for JUnit 4 and later.

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8.2
olivierdemeijer

A classic one, true. However, I have to say that, except for test annotations, i'm now relying on mockito and fest-assert.

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8.8
peper

A basic tool for every Java developer. Interchangable with TestNG, however I find TEstNG slightly better. Supported by all major IDEs. Some additional tools needs to be added to make it effective to use, for me it is: Mockito, PowerMock and FestAssert.

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7.5
henk53

Does the job, but it's not a particular exciting project. Just the defacto standard for unit testing in Java. Is there any Java dev who has not at least once used this?

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8.8
cbart

It's a classic. I recommend using the Hamcrest matchers with JUnit.

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