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Master Java Unit Testing with Spring Boot and Mockito

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Introduction
Course Overview
Step 00 - Section Introduction - Mocking with Mockito
Step 01 - Setting up the project using Spring Initializr
Step 02 - Writing Unit Test for a Simple Business Service
Step 03 - Setting up a Business Service to call a Data Service
Step 04 - Writing your first unit test with Stub
Step 05 - Exercise Solution - Updating Tests 2 & 3 to use Stubs
Step 06 - Writing Unit Tests with Mocking using Mockito
Step 07 - Exercise Solution - Updating Tests 2 & 3 to use Mockito
Step 08 - More Refactoring - @Mock, @InjectMocks and @RunWith(MockitoJUnitRunner
Step 09 - Mockito Tips - Multiple Return Values and Specific Argument Matchers
Step 10 - Mockito Tips - Argument Matchers
Step 11 - Mockito Tips - Verify method calls
Step 12 - Mockito Tips - Argument Capture
Step 13 - Mockito Tips - Argument Capture on Multiple Calls
Step 14 - Introduction to Spy
Step 15 - Mockito FAQ
Step 00 - Section Introduction - Unit Testing with Spring Boot and Mockito
Step 01 - Creating a Hello World Controller
Step 02 - Using Mock Mvc to test Hello World Controller
Step 03 - Using Response Matchers to check status and content
Step 04 - Creating a Basic REST Service in Item Controller
Step 05 - Unit Testing Item Controller and Basic JSON Assertions
Step 06 - Digging deeper into JSON Assert
Step 07 - Writing a REST Service talking to Business Layer
Step 08 - Writing Unit Test for REST Service mocking Business Layer
Step 09 - 00 - Overview of Steps 09 to 15
Step 09 - 01 - Prepare Data Layers with JPA, Hibernate and H2
Step 10 - Create Item Entity and Populate data with data.sql
Step 11 - Create a RESTful Service talking to the database
Step 12 - Writing Unit Test for Web Layer - Controller - Using Mock MVC
Step 13 - Exercise & Solution - Writing Unit Test for Business Layer – Mocking
Step 14 - Writing Unit Test for Data Layer - Data JPA Test
Step 15 - Writing an Integration Test using @SpringBootTest
Step 16 - Tip - Using @MockBean to mock out dependencies you do not want to talk
Step 17 - Tip - Creating Different Test Configuration
Step 18 - Writing Unit Tests for Other Request Methods
Step 19 - Refactor SomeBusinessImpl to use Functional Programming
Step 20 - Better Assertions with Hamcrest – HamcrestMatcherTest
Step 21 - Better Assertions with AssertJ – AssertJTest
Step 22 - Better Assertions with JSONPath – JSONPathTest
Step 23 - Tip Patterns – xunitpatterns
Step 24 - Tip - Measuring Test Coverage with Eclipse
Step 25 - Tip - Keep an eye on performance of unit tests!
Step 26 - Good Unit Tests
Next Steps

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