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James Volker
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Joined: Feb 08, 2013
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I have been using Java with JUnit and Hamcrest matchers for a long time. I have started using Scala and would like to know if any of these books have material on using FeatureSpec with GivenWhenThen or other features of ScalaTest.

If these books only have passing coverage, what online material have forum users found useful?
Brian Hanafee
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Joined: Jan 31, 2013
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Apologies for mentioning an O'Reilly book while the forum is promoting Manning press, but I have been really happy with the book Testing in Scala by Daniel Hinojosa. It's not exactly an "online" resource, but is available from the publishers site in DRM-free ePub, MOBI and PDF formats.
James Volker
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Brian Hanafee wrote:Apologies for mentioning an O'Reilly book while the forum is promoting Manning press, but I have been really happy with the book Testing in Scala by Daniel Hinojosa. It's not exactly an "online" resource, but is available from the publishers site in DRM-free ePub, MOBI and PDF formats.


Thanks for the reply, I have not heard of that book, so I am glad you mentioned it. I do have a O'Reilly Safari subscription, I checked there and found it is available with Safari.
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Brian Hanafee wrote:Apologies for mentioning an O'Reilly book while the forum is promoting Manning press...

There is no problem discussing competing books while a book promotion is in progress. No worries.


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