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 […]

Sometimes we need to get objects in order. For example showing them in a list or processing them in a certain order requires that we […]

Maintaining comprehensive suites of tests can take a lot of effort. Sometimes so much that it makes us doubt that all this work is worth […]

Introduction The Page Object Pattern is a programming style for testing purposes, in which the functionality of a UI-component is being wrapped by an accessor […]

Recently, we released the inspectIT version 1.6.9 which introduced some brand-new features and improvements. For that reason, we published a series of articles in the […]

Continuing our series about new inspectIT 1.6 features, we want to present you today a new approach for developers which we introduced to setup their development […]

Der Begriff MapReduce ist bei vielen automatisch mit Apache Hadoop verbunden. Apache Hadoop ist ein Framework, mit welchem sich MapReduce Berechnungen auf sehr großen Datenbeständen […]

What if you are not sure, whether you can fully trust your test suite? What if your doubts stop you from making necessary refactorings? If […]

In my last blog post, you have learnt how to introduce Robolectric. Unfortunately, when you start using Android flavors, the whole concept starts to collapse. […]

Set Of Problems Writing unit tests with the default Android Testing Support library is a time-consuming job. Although it is already possible to use JUnit […]

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