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Arquillian Testing Guide

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  • Develop automated tests using Arquillian and JUnit
  • Create tests using Selenium and then execute them paired with Arquillian Drone
  • Test using Arquillian Graphene to manipulate the DOM of your web applications
  • Learn how to use Arquillian and Spring to automatically wire an application context
  • Learn how to deploy your web services and test them automatically using Arquillian and soapUI

Integration testing sometimes involves writing complex codes. This book introduces you to the capabilities of Arquillian to enable you to write simple code with a broad range of integration tests for java applications.

Arquillian Testing Guide serves as an introductory book to writing simple codes for testing java applications. This book will help you to develop richer test cases which can be run automatically while performing rigorous testing of the software.

Arquillian Testing Guide introduces you to Arquillians features and capabilities. This book will help you understand the mechanism of creating deployments and test against those deployments. The book begins with basic JUnit test cases beginning with an enterprise test case, which then go on to discuss remote testing. During the course of the book, you will also learn how to mix container and non-container tests into a single test case. By the end of the book, you will have learned how to extend JUnit tests to work with Arquillian and deploy them to a container automatically.

  • Build effective unit tests and integration using Arquillian and JUnit
  • Leverage Arquillian to test all aspects of your application – UI, SOAP and REST based applications
  • Run your tests the easy way using Arquillian in a container
Page Count 242
Course Length 7 hours 15 minutes
Date Of Publication 16 Apr 2013


John D. Ament

John D. Ament was born to a beautician and a taxi driver in the warm summer of 1983 in Ridgewood, New York. At the age of six his family moved to the northern suburbs of New Jersey. After graduating from the Rutgers University and working a few short-term IT jobs, he moved to the southern side of New Jersey just outside of Philadelphia, where he has been located for the last seven years.

In 2008, he started participating in the open source community. After working with Spring a bit here and there, he started investigating the Seam framework. After finding use of the framework in a few applications, he started participating more and more with the community.

Eventually, he became the module lead for a couple of components in Seam 3 and started working more and more with open source technologies. This led to more and more community involvement, including participation in the JMS 2.0 Expert Group.

After following through on some test-driven trends, he decided to try out a new framework called Arquillian to help automate some of the testing being performed on a few work-related projects. It surprisingly worked well, to the point of being used to perform all of the automated testing against container deployments of applications he was working on. This drove a lot of passion for the framework and his continued use of the tool today.