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docker-compose-rule - A JUnit rule to manage docker containers using docker-compose

  •    Java

The code here started out as the end to end tests for one of our products. We needed to test this product in a variety of different configurations and environments which were mutually incompatible, thus multiple Docker Compose files were needed and so a simplistic model of running docker-compose up in Gradle was insufficient.For the most basic use simply add a DockerComposeRule object as a @ClassRule or @Rule in a JUnit test class.

junit-dataprovider - A TestNG like dataprovider runner for JUnit with many additional features

  •    Java

Have a look to this repositories Wiki pages for documenation, usage examples and further information. You are very welcome to contribute by providing a patch/pull request, see CONTRIBUTING.md for details.




kafka-junit - This library wraps Kafka's embedded test cluster, allowing you to more easily create and run integration tests using JUnit against a "real" kafka server running within the context of your tests

  •    Java

This library wraps Kafka's embedded test cluster, allowing you to more easily create and run integration tests using JUnit against a "real" kafka server running within the context of your tests.

allure-java - Allure integrations for java test frameworks

  •    Java

The repository contains new versions of adaptors for JVM-based test frameworks. All the artifacts are deployed to https://dl.bintray.com/qameta/maven.


jbehave-junit-runner - Integrate JBehave better with JUnit

  •    Java

Library designed to make JBehave stories & scenarios show up in the JUnit view in IDEs supportting custom test runners

fuzzy - A handy little library for writing expressive "fuzz tests" in Java

  •    Java

A tool that generates randomized but deterministic values for use in test suites.

rules4android - A collection of JUnit 4 Rules for Android Developers 🔬

  •    Kotlin

This repo contains the source code related to this article: Don't be lazy, use @Rules. rules4android is distributed through JCenter. To use it you need to add the following Gradle dependency to your android app gradle file (NOT the root file).





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