In this first installment of Testing with state using GraphWalker, we’ll look at integration testing the persistence layer of a Spring application. So, our tests will target the database and the data repositories. Statefulness The database itself is inherently stateful. As a result, if we connect a data repository to an actual database, it will also show stateful behavior. For … Lees verder Testing with state using GraphWalker | Part 1 – Persistence
This post will demonstrate generating test data using junit-quickcheck. It will focus on practical examples, rather than the theory behind property based testing.
When I explained a piece of code to a colleague during a code review, I realized I had inadvertently implemented a readers-writer lock. So, I threw the code out, replacing it by the ReadWriteLock from java. This article is about that thrown out code. I updated the method names and comments to reflect the readers-writer lock as opposed to the … Lees verder Readers-writer lock using java 5’s condition variables
At First8 we wanted to see if Kibana dashboards could be used to assist customer support. Currently our target customer support uses a number of a grep commands to analyse the logs, but they are not trained unix administrators and only work through a short list of commands. We were looking for a solution that would allow customer support to … Lees verder Controlling a Kibana dashboard with a custom form