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Adzic » Mockito in six easy examples Mockito is a fantastic mock library for Java. I’m fascinated by how easy it is to use, compared to other things out there both in the Java and .NET world. Here is everything you need to know to get started in six really easy examples. First of all, get mockito from http://mockito.org/. Almost everything really interesting can be imported with the org.mockito.Mockito class (or a static import of its methods, which I’ll use in this post).
Easier mocking with Mockito
JMeter to test robustness of system exposing REST APIs UPDATE: code moved here: http://github.com/smartrics/JMeterRestSampler I have been involved on continuously testing systems for robustness. One of my toy projects is the JMeterRestSampler, a plugin for JMeter to ease creation of such tests and automate their execution on a continuous integration server. Robustness testingIn this context, a robust system is such that if it is subject to a constant load for a given amount of time, its response is correct and its throughput is constant. The aim of a robustness test is to identify design or development issues such as memory leaks or random/unfrequent bugs that over time may degrade or crash the system.
06-10-2012: Mockito 1.9.5 released! See the release notes. Should appear in maven central shortly.
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