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Testing Java Microservices teaches you how to write tests for microservices in Java. You’ll learn test strategies that solve the most common issues you are likely to encounter. This practical hands-on guide begins with introducing you to microservices and providing you with a simple, carefully-designed application developed using microservices principles and following some of the most common technologies such as Java EE, Spring Boot, WildFly Swarm, and Docker. Along the way, you’ll learn about technologies like the Arquillian ecosystem, Wiremock, Mockito, AssertJ, Pact or Gatling. Finally, you’ll see how everything fits together into the Continuous Delivery pipeline.
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Jakub NarlochVancouver, British Columbia
Jakub Narloch (@jmnarloch) is a Java and .NET software developer who has successfully completed two Google Summer of Code projects and is defendend computer science thesis at the Warsaw University of Technology.
In 2012, the inaugural year for the JBoss Community as a mentor organization in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) program, Jakub put forth the most compelling proposal of all the candidates. Jakub’s proposal would extend the boundaries of Arquillian by adding support for testing Spring applications. He not only achieved his goal, but far exceeded expectations. Only a day after the official start of coding, he released the first alpha of the Arquillian Spring extension from prototypes he had created since submitting his proposal. By the end of the summer, he had published the first beta release of the extension, which included transaction and client-side test support in addition to the features included in the proposal. He’s already well on his way to adding Guice support as well.
Ever since Jakub proposed his GSoC project, he has become an integral member of the Arquillian community. We’re exceptionally proud of him and fortunate to have him as a contributor.
The Arquillian team is proud to announce the 2.2.1.Final release of the Arquillian OSGi component! What is Arquillian OSGi? ShrinkWrap is the simplest way to create archives in Java....
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The Arquillian team is proud to announce the 3.0.0-beta-2 release of the ShrinkWrap Resolver component! In the second beta release, we introduced a possibility to run Maven build in the background (as a daemon) EmbeddedMaven Daemon build In some cases, you need to run a Maven build in the background....