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Injecting Parameters into JUnit 5 Unit Tests (@

Posted in Java, JUnit 5, Open Source, Software Development with tags , , , on August 10, 2017 by jstevenperry

Check out my first (hopefully of many!) post at Baeldung.

The post is called: Inject Parameters into JUnit Jupiter Unit Tests

If you’ve been wanting to make the move to JUnit 5, now is the time! JUnit 5 Release Candidate 2 is out (as of this writing), and the final release is getting closer every day!

I love writing about software testing. I believe as developers we don’t pay enough attention to unit testing (myself included), so it’s important to me to get the word out: unit testing is important!

There, I said it.


p.s., Keep checking back here for more information on JUnit, including tutorials, like this one I wrote for IBM developerWorks.

The JUnit Jupiter API

Posted in JUnit 5, Software Development with tags , , on July 17, 2017 by jstevenperry

Greetings to all. There has never been a better time to dive into JUnit 5 and the JUnit Jupiter API.

Why? Because JUnit is growing ever nearer to a GA release. On July 4th, 2017 JUnit 5 Milestone 5 was released.

So what does that mean for you? Well, if you have wanted to dive into JUnit 5, but have been reluctant, let me guide you.

In my JUnit 5 Tutorial series at IBM developerWorks, you can read all about the JUnit Jupiter API in Part 1, and in Part 2 move on to some of the more advanced features of JUnit.

Very exciting. Yes?

Start here. And enjoy!


Check out the video for Part 1 below: