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Mastering Software Testing with JUnit 5 by Boni García

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JUnit 5 architecture

The JUnit 5 framework has been designed to be consumed by different programmatic clients. The first group of clients are Java tests. These tests can be based on JUnit 4 (tests which use the test legacy programming model), JUnit 5 (tests which use the brand new programming model), and even other kinds of Java tests (third party). The second group of clients are build tools (such as Maven or Gradle) and IDEs (such as IntelliJ or Eclipse).

In order to achieve the integration of all these pieces in a loosely coupled manner, JUnit 5 was designed to be modular. As depicted in the following picture, the JUnit 5 framework is composed of three major components, called Platform, Jupiter, and Vintage:

JUnit 5 Architecture: high-level ...

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