99-Minute Workshops, the brand new addition to Ministry of Testing’s learning platform available only to our Pro Members.
Our short, instructor-led, workshops are the perfect way to explore and experiment with new ideas, keep updated with new tools and approaches to testing. Broadening your understanding of what it means to be a valuable member of a modern software development team.
Property-based testing in Java
Learn how to use jqwik along with JUnit to write property-based tests for Java applications. Join Mike Solomon on the 14th of September 2020 at 12 PM (UK Time).
After this workshop, you will be able to
- define property-based testing,
- execute a property-based test using jqwik,
- create reports from jqwik tests and
- run a property-based test against a SpringBoot server.
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What You'll Learn
By the end of this workshop you'll be able to:
Define property-based testing.
Execute a property-based test using jqwik.
Create reports from jqwik tests.
Run a property-based test against a SpringBoot server.
About This Workshop
If you are writing tests for a server and you have access to a spec like OpenAPI or other documentation, property-based testing can help you test thousands of potential outcomes for as much effort as, or less effort than, a traditional unit test suite. In this workshop, we'll learn how to use jqwik along with JUnit to write property-based test for a Spring Boot application. The knowledge you gain will help you make your tests more readable, more resilient, and more maintainable.