Currently, I am setting up a RESTful service with Spring Boot that indexes files and authors of a Git repository. For example, I have a […]

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Again, a year has passed since our last blog post and so the time has come that Kerstin, Benjamin and I will tell you about […]

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JUnit 5 introduced parameters for tests. In order for the parameters to work, a ParameterResolver has to be provided. If any test method parameter can’t […]

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Structuring your tests in an understandable way is not an easy task. JUnit 5 can help you create a sensible test structure by grouping related […]

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