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Test Driven
is the first one-stop shop for Java developers wanting a comprehensive
understanding of how to apply test driven development (TDD) methodology
to Java. This book takes readers from basic theory to practical techniques to
tool support and how-to’s for applying TDD with what are often thought of as
being “difficult” technology. It’s also among the first to cover acceptance
test driven development (ATDD). Readers can use the book for getting started
with TDD and ATDD, and afterwards for help in solving technical problems
such as, “ how can I test drive code
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Test Driven

is the first one-stop shop for Java developers wanting a comprehensive

understanding of how to apply test driven development (TDD) methodology

to Java. This book takes readers from basic theory to practical techniques to

tool support and how-to’s for applying TDD with what are often thought of as

being “difficult” technology. It’s also among the first to cover acceptance

test driven development (ATDD). Readers can use the book for getting started

with TDD and ATDD, and afterwards for help in solving technical problems

such as, “how can I test drive code that uses technology X?”

Test Driven takes readers new to TDD and Acceptance TDD and helps them

become seasoned test driven developers ready to tackle any Java or J2EE project.

Readers will learn the simple rules and underlying dynamics that make TDD

such a powerful technique. Along the way the author expertly breaks down those

myths that say some J2EE technologies cannot be done test-first, showing how

to test drive J2EE components just like regular Java code. He also gives comprehensive

coverage to the latest EJB specification, web components from plain Java

Servlets to the coolest open source web framework on the block, and data access

solutions from raw JDBC to fancy object-relational mapping frameworks. In

addition to the usual J2EE technologies, multithreaded programs and Java

Swing get a full treatment, too. Readers will also learn how a technique called

acceptance test driven development applies the ideas of TDD to the overall

software development process, implementing features test-first.

Product Description
Test Driven

is the first one-stop shop for Java developers wanting a comprehensive

understanding of how to apply test driven development (TDD) methodology

to Java. This book takes readers from basic theory to practical techniques to

tool support and how-to’s for applying TDD with what are often thought of as

being “difficult” technology. It’s also among the first to cover acceptance

test driven development (ATDD). Readers can use the book for getting started

with TDD and ATDD, and afterwards for help in solving technical problems

such as, “how can I test drive code that uses technology X?”

Test Driven takes readers new to TDD and Acceptance TDD and helps them

become seasoned test driven developers ready to tackle any Java or J2EE project.

Readers will learn the simple rules and underlying dynamics that make TDD

such a powerful technique. Along the way the author expertly breaks down those

myths that say some J2EE technologies cannot be done test-first, showing how

to test drive J2EE components just like regular Java code. He also gives comprehensive

coverage to the latest EJB specification, web components from plain Java

Servlets to the coolest open source web framework on the block, and data access

solutions from raw JDBC to fancy object-relational mapping frameworks. In

addition to the usual J2EE technologies, multithreaded programs and Java

Swing get a full treatment, too. Readers will also learn how a technique called

acceptance test driven development applies the ideas of TDD to the overall

software development process, implementing features test-first.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: MANNING PUBN
  • Seitenzahl: 513
  • Erscheinungstermin: Oktober 2007
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 236mm x 187mm x 28mm
  • Gewicht: 907g
  • ISBN-13: 9781932394856
  • ISBN-10: 1932394850
  • Artikelnr.: 22800081