In this section, two of the most used Java frameworks for unit testing are shown and briefly commented on. We will focus on their syntax and main features by comparing a test class written using both JUnit and TestNG. Although there are slight differences, both frameworks offer the most commonly-used functionalities, and the main difference is how tests are executed and organized.
Let's start with a question. What is a test? How can we define it?
A test is a repeatable process or method that verifies the correct behavior of a tested target in a determined situation with a determined input expecting a predefined output or interactions.
In the programming approach, there are several types of tests depending on their scope: ...