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nitss bhavsar
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hello all,
I am new to Junit,have to understand each and every concepts of it.So any body can provide me good information on it.
Jesper de Jong
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Have a look at junit.org and junit.sourceforge.net.


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nitss bhavsar
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I'm looking into new frameworks to perform some unit testing on a java project. I am aware of junit, but beyond that I haven't found much of consequence. Are there any frameworks out there that are recommended?
Jesper de Jong
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JUnit is pretty much the de-facto standard tool that almost everybody uses.
Jelle Klap
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TestNG has gained some popularity as well, I believe.
Though I also use Junit.


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