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Coverage of the book

Kishore Dandu
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Does the book touch different choices for unit testing, lightweight frameworks etc?


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I am not sure what you are referring to as light weight frameworks. But we cover, JUnit, Cactus and DBUnit.


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I think, Kishore Dandu refer to Spring Framwork or not ? because it's lightweight container.


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Yup I think the author mentioned that Spring was not around (not so prevalent) when they were writing thebook. Spring , nanocontainer, pico container etc might find a place in the 2nd edition.
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Sorry, I missed the word framework following light. See the
What's missing thread to see what Brian and I would like to include in a second edition or second volumne if we get the chance. Spring and light weight containers would definatly be included.
 
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