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Java EE 5 Development with NetBeans 6 - Testing Coverage?

Chris Seifert
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To what extent does your book cover testing approaches, methods and tools within the IDE?


PS: Your other book, "Java EE 5 Development using Glassfish" was very helpful when I started using Glassfish.
David Heffelfinger
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Originally posted by Chris Seifert:
To what extent does your book cover testing approaches, methods and tools within the IDE?


PS: Your other book, "Java EE 5 Development using Glassfish" was very helpful when I started using Glassfish.


Glad to hear you found my Glassfish book useful.

The NetBeans book focuses on the Java EE APIs such as JSF, EJB 3 and JPA, among others.

The appendices cover the NetBeans debugger and profiler, which can help you address defects and performance issues in your applications.

NetBeans comes with JUnit support out of the box, threfore it can help with unit tests, however that feature is not covered in the book.

David


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