Koskela: Test Driven TDD and Acceptance TDD for Java Developers (häftad)
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Koskela: Test Driven TDD and Acceptance TDD for Java Developers

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In test driven development, you first write an executable test of what your application code must do. Only then do you write the code itself and, with the test spurring you on, you improve your design. In acceptance test driven development (ATDD), you use the same technique to implement product features, benefiting from iterative development, rapid feedback cycles, and better-defined requirements. TDD and its supporting tools and techniques lead to better software faster.

Test Driven brings under one cover practical TDD techniques distilled from several years of community experience. With examples in Java and the Java EE environment, it explores both the techniques and the mindset of TDD and ATDD. It uses carefully chosen examples to illustrate TDD tools and design patterns, not in the abstract but concretely in the context of the technologies you face at work. It is accessible to TDD beginners, and it offers effective and less well known techniques to older TDD hands.

What's Inside

Learn hands-on to test drive Java code How to avoid common TDD adoption pitfalls Acceptance test driven development and the Fit framework How to test Java EE components-Servlets, JSPs, and Spring Controllers Tough issues like multithreaded programs and data access code
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Lasse Koskela is a methodology specialist at Reaktor Innovations. He started promoting Agile methods in Finland in 2002, ramped up the local Agile Seminars in 2005, and has coached dozens of teams around Europe in agile methods and development practices such as test driven development.


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Part 1 A TDD primer

1 The big picture
1.1 The challenge: solving the right problem right
1.2 Solution: being test-driven
1.3 Build it right: TDD
1.4 Build the right thing: acceptance TDD
1.5 Tools for test-driven development
1.6 Summary
2 Beginning TDD
2.1 From requirements to tests
2.2 Choosing the first test
2.3 Breadth-first, depth-first
2.4 Lets not forget to refactor
2.5 Adding a bit of error handling
2.6 Loose ends on the test list
2.7 Summary
3 Refactoring in small steps
3.1 Exploring a potential solution
3.2 Changing design in a controlled manner
3.3 Taking the new design further
3.4 Summary
4 Concepts and patterns for TDD
4.1 How to write tests and make them pass
4.2 Essential testing concepts
4.3 Closer look into test doubles
4.4 Guidelines for testable designs
4.5 Unit-testing patterns
4.6 Working with legacy code
4.7 Summary

Part 2 Applying TDD to specific technologies

5 Test-driving web components
5.1 MVC in web applications in 60 seconds
5.2 Taming the controller
5.3 Creating the view test-first
5.4 TDD with component-based web frameworks
5.5 Summary
6 Test-driving data access
6.1 Exploring the problem domain
6.2 Driving data access with unit tests
6.3 Writing integration tests before the code
6.4 Integration tests in action
6.5 Populating data for integration tests
6.6 Should I drive with unit or integration tests?
6.7 File-system access
6.8 Summary
7 Test-driving the unpredictable
7.1 Test-driving time-based functionality
7.2 Test-driving multithreaded code
7.3 Standard synchronization objects
7.4 Summary
8 Test-driving Swing
8.1 What to test in a Swing UI
8.2 Patterns for testable UI code
8.3 Tools for testing view components
8.4 Test-driving a view component
8.5 Summary

Part 3 Building products with acceptance TDD

9 Acceptance TDD explained
9.1 Introduction to user stories
9.2 Acceptance tests
9.3 Understanding the process
9.4 Acceptance TDD as a team activity
9.5 Benefits of acceptance TDD
9.6 What are we testing, exactly?
9.7 Brief overview of available tools
9.8 Summary
10 Creating acceptance tests with Fit
10.1 Whats Fit?
10.2 Three built-in fixtures
10.3 Beyond the built-ins with FitLibrary
10.4 Executing Fit tests
10.5 Summary
11 Strategies for implementing acce...