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Spring Boot Unit Testing with JUnit, Mockito and MockMvc

19 Apr 2022, 04:16
Spring Boot Unit Testing with JUnit, Mockito and MockMvc
Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 5.80 GB | Duration: 10h 4m
Apply JUnit, Mockito, MockMvc and Spring Boot Unit Testing Features

What you'll learn
Explore the architecture of the Spring Boot testing framework and write integration tests
Develop unit tests with JUnit
Mock Spring container dependencies using Mockito
Apply Test Driven Development (TDD) using JUnit, Mockito and Spring Boot
Test Spring Boot MVC web applications
Test Spring Boot REST APIs
Develop integration tests for Spring Data JPA
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Spring Boot
Spring Boot is the most popular framework for building enterprise Java applications. Spring Boot includes testing support to develop unit tests and integration tests using JUnit, Mockito and MockMvc. By developing tests, you can create applications with better code design, fewer bugs, and higher reliability. This course shows you how to take full advantage of Spring Boot's testing support.
You will also use modern development tools such as IntelliJ (free version) and Maven. All of the projects are based on Maven, so you are free to use any IDE tool that you want.
In this course, you will get
- All source code is available for download
- Responsive Instructors: All questions answered within 24 hours
- PDFs of all lectures are available for download
- Professional video and audio recordings (check the free previews)
In this course, you will learn how to
Develop JUnit Tests
Set up projects to use JUnit
Apply JUnit assertions: Equals/Not Equals and Null/NotNull
Apply JUnit assertions: Same/Not Same and True/False
Leverage JUnit lifecycle annotations
Define custom display names for JUnit tests
Check for exceptions and timeouts
Define execution order JUnit tests
Perform code coverage analysis for JUnit tests
Apply conditional JUnit tests
Test Driven Development (TDD)
Apply Test Driven Development for build tests and application code
Create a failing test first
Update your code to make the tests pass
Take your tests from RED to GREEN
Apply TDD to a coding project
Leverage parameterized tests with TDD
Spring Boot Unit Testing Support
Explore annotations for Spring Boot Unit Testing support
Apply the @SpringBootTest annotation
Read Spring Boot application properties and inject values using the @TestPropertySource annotation
Perform assertEquals and assertNotEquals
Leverage Spring Boot singleton beans and prototype beans
Mocking with Mockito
Identify the need for mocking during test development
Leverage Mockito in JUnit tests
Applying the @MockBean annotation for injection
Throwing exceptions with Mocks
Spring Reflection Utils
Identify use cases for applying reflection in your JUnit tests
Apply ReflectionTestUtils to access non-public fields and methods
Integrate Spring Reflection Utils in your JUnit tests
Database Integration Testing
Identify the need for database integration testing during test development
Add database setup and clean code using @BeforeEach and @AfterEach
Leverage an embedded database to ease with testing setup and maintenance.
External SQL statements using @Sql annotation
Testing Spring Boot MVC Web Apps with MockMvc
Apply Spring Boot using testing for a Spring MVC CRUD web app
Identify use cases for testing Spring MVC @Controller
Configure the JUnit test case using @AutoConfigureMockMvc
Inject the MockMvc dependency for testing Spring MVC Controllers
Send HTTP Requests to Spring MVC Controllers and assert the results
Assert the view name returned by the Spring MVC Controller
Assert model attributes for the desired values
Testing Spring Boot REST APIs with MockMvc
Apply Spring Boot using testing for a Spring REST CRUD API
Inject the MockMvc dependency for testing Spring MVC @RestController
Send HTTP Requests to Spring MVC @RestController and assert the results
Leverage Jackson Object Mapper to send JSON data to REST API endpoint
Expect successful response and desired content type
Apply JsonPath to verify contents of JSON response
Compared to other Spring Boot Unit Testing courses
This course is up to date and covers recent versions of Spring Boot.
We are very responsive instructors and we are available to answer your questions and help you work through any problems.
Finally, all source code is provided with the course along with setup instructions.
Quality Material
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Target Audience
Java Developers with Spring Boot experience
Who this course is for
The course is appropriate for all Spring Boot developers.


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