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However, server side web applications can benefit equally well from the principles of test driven development. Test first development is not an option. Nonetheless unit testing, JUnit, and test driven development can still dramatically improve your maintenance tasks. Learn strategies for retrofitting test frameworks onto existing code, and developing a test suite for code that never had one before. Every program has an API.
Sometimes this API is exposed to the public when the program serves as a library. Sometimes the API is purely internal, and only seen by other team members working on the same project. But every program has one; and the clearer, more robust, and better documented this API is, the more productive programmers who use the API will be.
This seminar will apply well-proven human factors principles to the art of API design, and encourage programmers to think about API design in new ways. Test Driven Development with JUnit Test first programming is the least controversial and most widely adopted part of extreme programming. It is a critical component of extreme programming, agile development, and continuous integration. Within the Java community, JUnit is the de facto standard test framework.
Although nominally designed for unit testing, JUnit is also suitable for functional, acceptance, and integration tests. Similarly, while JUnit was designed to assist programmers writing code with test driven development, it has proven its worth at other stages of the software development process as well. At the analysis and design stage, JUnit helps document what software must do. At the testing stage, JUnit provides a convenient framework for isolating, reproducing, and then fixing the inevitable bugs.
Finally, in the maintenance stage, JUnit helps prevent regressions where bugs creep back into software. This class offers attendees a solid, hands-on practical introduction to test driven development in Java and JUnit. Attendees will design, code and test a simple application using JUnit. However, truly native look-and-feels require understanding the rules and conventions of the host platform; for instance which menu items go where and what their names are.
This talk explores the challenges of developing Java applications that are indistinguishable from real, native Macintosh applications. No prior Mac experience is required.
Abbot enables JUnit tests to interact with and query the user interface, and to simulate user actions. Costello records user actions as scripts that can be played back by test suites. Together, they enable you to perform test-driven development on client-side GUI programs, and write unit tests that access the menus, dialogs, buttons and other widgets in a modern GUI application.
Test Driven Development With Eclipse Test first programming is the least controversial and most widely adopted part of extreme programming.
Eclipse has wisely made JUnit a core part of its Java development tools. This session introduces test driven development in the Eclipse environment. No prior experience with JUnit is required. But how can you be sure that your test suite is testing everything it should? The result is not only better tested code, but more robust, reliable, bug-free programs.
Although nominally designed for unit testing, JUnit is also suitable for functional and integration testing. Elliotte Rusty Harold offers attendees a solid, hands-on practical introduction to test driven development in Java with the JUnit framework. Attendees will develop a simple application using test-first techniques and learn about assertions, fixtures, test cases, code coverage, and test-driven debugging.
And by the way, if you could have this done last Tuesday, it would be really appreciated. This talk explores the challenges of developing SWT application that are indistinguishable from real, native Macintosh applications. No prior Macintosh experience is needed. Static Code Analysis With Eclipse Static code analysis tools are a cheap, easy, and fun way to find lurking bugs and design flaws in your Java programs. This talk will demonstrate and discuss a number of static code analysis tools for Java including FindBugs, PMD, lint4j, and checkstyle.
While maintaining backwards compatibility with existing test suites, it offers a completely new, simplified framework for unit testing Java code based on Java 5 annotations. Setup and tear down code is now much more configurable, and no longer needs to run before and after each single test. Exception testing is much more straightforward.
Test classes can now extend your own classes instead of TestCase; and test methods no longer all have to be named "testFoo. Refactoring Java Over the last few years, refactoring, the process of gradually improving a code base by renaming methods and classes, extracting common functionality into new methods and classes, and generally cleaning up the mess inherent in most 1.
What if the language itself has inconsistencies, inefficiencies, and just plain idiocies that need to be corrected? When you get right down to it, the entirety of Java is really just like any other large code base. It has some brilliant parts, some functional parts, and some parts that make just about everyone scratch their heads and ask, "What the hell were the developers thinking? The language, class library, and virtual machine collectively known as "Java" are all showing their age. Until now revisions of Java have attempted to maintain "upwards compatibility"; that is, all earlier code should continue to run unchanged in later versions of Java.
This has limited the changes that can be made to Java, and prevented Sun from fixing many obvious problems. This talk explores the possibilities for a new Java 3 that jettisons the baggage of the last decade, and proposes numerous changes to the core language, virtual machine, and class libraries.
Java 1. Will Java ever get templates, operator overloading, and multiple inheritance? Perhaps more to the point, should it get these constructs?
Will your network programs be allowed access to the raw IP layer so ping or traceroute can be written in Java? Possible applications include web spiders, link checker robots, and persistent server-side storage. Possible applications include both standard protocols for email, ftp, and news, and custom protocols for networked multiplayer games, interactive chat, whiteboards, and more.
Web Client Programming with Java Java is the first major programming language designed for network applications from the start. Possible applications include web browsers, robots, spiders, search engines and similar tools. Java: Hope vs.
Never before has a language caught on so quickly. However with such fast growth, it should come as no surprise that not all the pieces are in place yet. Many people are moving to Java based more on their hopes for what the language will do in the future than what it actually can do today. By Venue.
Java Network Programming
Elliotte Rusty Harold
ISBN 13: 9781565928701