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Arquillian in Action teaches you how to to build in-container tests using Arquillian. This practical hands-on guide begins with showing you how to find and squash your first bug. You’ll move on to building persistence tests, and then discover how to write tests for front-end and RESTful services. Using carefully-designed examples, the book shows you how to write integration tests for Java EE, Spring, and Docker. Along the way, you’ll also learn how to build functional, infrastructure, performance, and security tests.
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Markus Eisele (@myfear) is a prolific German author, software architect, Oracle ACE Director and self-proclaimed Java EE addict.
Markus has taken a keen interest in Arquillian and has published multiple tutorials on his blog about how to setup Arquillian and use it with alternate containers, namely GlassFish and WebLogic. He’s also translated several Arquillian guides into German, giving Arquillian native language support in one of its largest user communities.
In 2012, Markus received a JBoss Community Recognition Award for his contribution to the Arquillian documentation. By receiving this award, Markus demonstrates that documentation can play a critical leadership role in a community software project.
Markus is not only recognized for his contributions, but for continually pushing the community to improve by sharing in his own words the value, potential and challenges of adopting Arquillian.
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