Join Shonna Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Spring: Test-Driven Development with JUnit.
- [Instructor] If you have access to the exercise files, you can download them and follow along with me. Let me show you what they look like. You will have a folder called Exercise Files. Inside that folder, you will have subdirectories for each chapter that has exercises. Within each chapter, you'll have subdirectories for each video that has exercises. And, within that directory, you'll see a folder for the Begin and End states of the exercises. Let me walk you through opening up a project in Spring Tool Suite.
You will need to type the name of a new workspace that you want to create. Click Launch and the IDE will open with a fresh workspace for you to begin importing all of the projects. To import projects, go to the File menu, select Import. Expand General, then choose Existing Projects into the Workspace. Then you browse to your file system where you've downloaded your exercise files and choose the project you want to import.
Once it's done importing, you'll be ready to start working.
- Why test-driven development matters
- Test planning for @Service, @Controller, and @Repository components
- Writing integration tests for @Service, @Controller, and @Repository components
- Writing unit tests for @Service, @Controller, and @Repository components
- Creating integration test datasets
- Making a feature test suite
- Making a continuous integration test suite