Agile Java(TM): Crafting Code with Test-Driven Development by Jeff Langr

By Jeff Langr

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I was first exposed to the idea of always writing tests for code in 1996, when I saw Kent Beck speak at a Smalltalk Solutions conference. " Today, I'm amazed at the value it brings me and the amount by which it improves my development capabilities. I wouldn't do it otherwise. [7] [Beck1998]. Setting Up This section focuses on what you'll need to do in order to get started. Software You'll Need IDE or Programmer's Editor Programming in Java means that you will need to be able to enter source code into your system, compile the source code, and execute the resulting application classes.

Documentation of capability. Each unit test specifies the appropriate use of a production class. malleability. Having tests in place means that you can continually improve the quality of the code base without fear of breaking something that already works. This can result in lower maintenance costs. consistent pacing. Since each cycle in TDD is very short, feedback levels are high. You quickly discover if you are going down a rat hole. You learn to maintain a very consistent, sustainable rate of development.

1. Ant You may also need to download and install Ant. Ant is an XML-based build utility that has become the standard for building and deploying Java projects. Most major IDEs provide direct or indirect support for Ant. Many IDEs ship with the Ant product already built in. If you are building and executing Java applications from the command line or as an external tool from a programmer's editor, you will want to install Ant. org. As with JUnit, installation is a matter of extracting the contents of the downloaded zip file onto your hard drive.

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