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A JUnit extension that helps you to reuse fixtures and to pinpoint failures. Extends JUnit with depedencies between tests.
Java by Convention Why "Sticky" well the sticky conventions let you build applications that don't need glue, it just sticks together, its "Sticky Code"
A problem, with JUnit is that you CAN’T use multiple interesting Runners for a Test: OceanRunner tries to solve that problem. By offering an easy way to integrate “RunnersLike” class, named OceanModule, you may conjugate many behaviors of unit testing strategy. When you can use a single Runner for test, you may use many OceanModules.
Tools for Testing (TfT) is a set of Java-classes to support the programmer in the use of Junit 4. Download the latest release here: http://tft.origo.ethz.ch/download Development is maintained in the Trac: https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/tftest/
Moxie is a library for creating mock objects in Java. It aims to have the "nicest" syntax of any Java mocking library: Concise - set up any expectation in one Java statement. Short method names, no anonymous inner classes, no need to "replay" mock objects. Refactorable - ... [More]
This is a JUnit 4 class runner that: 1. Reduces some of the boiler-plate required to write integration tests for Selenium using JUnit 4 2. Makes it easier to implement re-usable custom method rules 3. Allows you write integration tests that run against multiple browsers