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Griffon in Action by Foreword by Dierk K önig, Andres Almiray, Danno Ferrin, and James Shingler

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Chapter 9. Testing your application

 

This chapter covers
  • Testing Griffon applications
  • Using FEST for UI testing
  • The Spock and easyb plugins
  • The CodeNarc, GMetrics, and Cobertura testing and metrics plugins

 

Let’s pause for a moment and review all you’ve discovered about Griffon so far. First, you’ve learned that all Griffon applications share the same basic structure. You also know that application artifacts are organized by type and responsibility in specific folders on disk. In addition, the MVC pattern is the cornerstone for Griffon’s MVC groups. These, in turn, can be extended by adding other MVC groups within them as members. Finally, you know that you should remember to take threading into account. And you know that all artifacts ...

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