What’s New in JUnit 5.2

Billy Korando Effective Automated Testing With Spring Series, Java, Technology Snapshot, Testing Leave a Comment

The JUnit team continues to make great progress in adding new features and enhancements to the JUnit 5 framework. We already have a second significant feature update after just seven months from the initial release of JUnit 5.

In this article, we look at some of the key features and enhancements added in JUnit 5.2 which was released on April 29th. We’ll focus on build tool enhancements that help in the adoption/migration to JUnit 5 for existing test suites and resolve annoyances, as well as what new changes further improve parameterized tests.

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BackboneJS with Webpack: A lesson in optimization

Brandon Klimek BackboneJS, JavaScript, Microservices, Technology Snapshot 2 Comments

Developing a large BackboneJS application presents a unique design problem. As developers, we like to organize our code so it is understandable, logical, and predictable. However, doing so can cause performance issues on the client side. In this blog I will discuss a handy tool I like to use for this purpose: Webpack. I’ll show it in action, how to use …

Shrinkwrap before (or after) it’s too late!

Luke Patterson Docker, Programming, Technology Snapshot 2 Comments

This happened to me… Twas the night before beta launch… I installed a new node module for a last minute feature and everything went haywire when the change was deployed. I reverted the code change and built again but everything was still all messed up. What happened? Long story short, I kicked myself for not shrinkwrapping my dependencies while I …