• Testing exceptions with JUnit

    When writing your unit tests you often need to test for expected exception. Using JUnit you can test for expected exception in many ways. In this post I’ll cover three ways. In the following text we assume that we have...
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  • JUnit TemporaryFolder Rule

    If you have ever needed to create temporary files or folders in your unit test then you know that there is lot of work to cleanup all temporary files and folders. You have to clean up even if the test...
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  • Getting started with Gradle

    Gradle is a project automation tool that builds upon the concepts of Ant and Maven but instead of using XML to write the build script it uses a Groovy-based DSL

    Gradle can automate the building, testing, publishing, deployment and a...
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  • Speed up Gradle

    One thing you notice when you start using Gradle is the time it can take to run very simple tasks. Even something like listing available tasks using gradle tasks can take over 10 seconds. When you are developing you want...
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  • Gradle Versioner plugin

    When working with Gradle you often end up with a long list of dependencies. Now the big question is, how can you easily determine if your dependencies are up to date ? Gradle Versions Plugins is here to...
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    Welcome to my new web page, it will contain information about myself, my hoppy programming projects and short blog posts about programming subjects, mainly java ad related things.

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