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By Andrew Lee Rubinger, Aslak Knutsen

study a use-case technique for constructing Java firm purposes in a regularly test-driven type. With this hands-on advisor, authors and Jboss venture leaders Andrew Lee Rubinger and Aslak Knutsen provide help to construct high-level elements, from chronic garage to the person interface, utilizing the Arquillian checking out platform and several Jboss tasks and tools.

during the process the publication, you’ll construct a production-ready software program convention tracker known as GeekSeek, utilizing resource code from GitHub. Rubinger and Knutsen reveal why checking out is the very origin of development—essential for making sure that code is consumable, entire, and correct.

  • Bootstrap an simple Java Ee venture from begin to end ahead of diving into the full-example software, GeekSeek
  • Use either relational and NoSql garage versions to construct and try GeekSeek’s info patience layers
  • Tackle testable enterprise common sense improvement and asynchronous messaging with an Smtp service
  • Expose firm prone as a Restful interface, utilizing Java Ee’s Jax-Rs framework
  • Implement Oauth authentication with Jboss’s PicketLink identification administration service
  • Validate the Ui by way of automating interplay within the browser and studying the rendered page
  • Perform full-scale integration checking out at the ultimate deployable archive

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