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2017 gave us a new revolutionary version of JUnit 5. For a very long time, almost 10 years, we used the 4th version with minor changes, all thanks to its simplicity, compactness, and stability. No wonder JUnit was constantly included in the top 3 most popular Java libraries. And version 4.12 has become a constant companion of any more or less complex project.
But progress does not stand still, and here the developers for two years almost from scratch wrote a new version, which contained not only new features but also changes in architecture. Two years after the release, new versions 5.1 through 5.5 have already been released, and now Junit 5.6 is getting ready.
The webinar will talk on the following topics:
1) Disadvantages of JUnit 4
2) JUnit 5 architecture.
3) Migration to JUnit 5. Difficulties and pitfalls
4) Support IDE. Integration with other libraries
5) Parameterized and nested tests
6) Extensions and conditional execution
7) New fittings in Junit 5.4 – 5.6
8) Integration with Spring Framework
Also, the speakers will show a small demo and try to remake the old project with tests on JUnit 4 for the new version.
Is it easy to migrate to JUnit 5 in an existing project? What hidden problems may occur when using the new version? These and many other questions will be answered by Sergey Morenets, a developer with 19 years of experience, the author of numerous reports on Java and enterprise technologies.
Webinar for Java developers of any level.