There are many different types of testing, and unfortunately, there isn’t a clean line between the different definitions. With that said, here are the characteristics that generally describe different types of testing.
If you’re read Chapter 1 of the Definitive Guide to Unit Testing, then you already know the basics of unit testing and may have even created your first unit test. You’re probably wondering how these tests can combine to create a comprehensive test suite (and how many of these tests you’ll need to write). In this chapter, we’ll talk about code coverage and how to measure it.
There are close to 3 million Android apps available on Google Play, 96% of which are free apps. Of the apps out on the market, Google Play now holds the largest share of the mobile app market, followed by Apple’s App Store. Following the trends in Android development can help Java developers and IT managers take advantage of this demand.
If I asked a room full of seasoned developers why they chose their profession, I bet I would hear things like “I enjoy writing code,” “I enjoy problem-solving,” “I like building new products.” In the early days, I suspect software development was just what they hoped for: spending time fixing the code, adding new features, and being proud of their accomplishments. So what’s changed?