This post demonstrates how to unit test your Ruby codes. Note that Ruby-on-Rails (RoR) is not used here.
If you’re new to Mockito and have only seen a sample or two on the Internet, you might find other examples create mock objects in different ways using the same framework. As a matter of fact, there are three (3) ways to create mock objects in Mockito.
This post shows how to capture arguments our codes passed to a mock’s method. To do this, a method must accept reference types. Then, we use Mockito.verify() method. Then, pass
Spy Objects [wp_ad_camp_5] A Mockito spy allows us to create a spy object from a real object with similar behavior where each method can be stubbed out when needed. It
Using @FixMethodOrder [wp_ad_camp_5] To execute tests in a order in JUnit 4, annotate the class with @FixedMethodOrder passing one of enum MethodSorters items as parameter. Either one of the following