Code Coverage in Java

Code coverage provides information on how much of your application is executed. It is a good way to find dead code in your project (ie code that is never executed). I have been using code coverage for my unit testing. The code coverage will tell me how much of my application is covered by the unit tests. You can find [...]

By |2010-12-29T10:09:10-05:00December 29, 2010|Agile, JUnit, Test Driven Development|Comments Off on Code Coverage in Java

Creating JUnit Reports with Ant

Hopefully, you are using JUnit on your project to unit test your code. If you're new to JUnit then read this primer. JUnit provides an Ant task that can great generate HTML test reports. These reports are useful to show to your management team. They are also useful if you are running automated builds and you want to review the [...]

By |2010-12-24T19:28:58-05:00December 24, 2010|Agile, How-To, JUnit, Test Driven Development|Comments Off on Creating JUnit Reports with Ant
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