This course is divided in 3 major sections:
The fundamental concepts and theory related to unit testing in general, regardless of programming language;
The fundamental techniques and features of JUnit 4 (a pre–requisite for part II of the course);
The architecture and extension model introduced in JUnit 5;
The advanced techniques and features introduced in JUnit 5.
If you are a totally new to unit testing in general and unit testing in Java in particular then I highly recommend that you take the three sections in the order presented above.
If you’re familiar with JUnit 4 then you may skip Section II. I’d still recommend that you take Section I though since it introduces fundamental concepts that you may not be familiar with pertaining with unit testing in general even if you’ve some experience in JUnit 4.
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Specification: Complete JUnit 4 and JUnit 5 course for beginners
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