Articles Tagged ‘http’

Writing BDD-Style Webservice Tests with Karate and Java

Thursday, April 6th, 2017

There is a new testing framework out there called Karate that is build on top of the popular Cucumber framework.

Karate makes it easy to script interactions with out web-services under test and verify the results. In addition it offers us a lot of useful features like parallelization, script/feature re-use, data-tables, JsonPath and XPath support, gherkin syntax, switchable staging-configurations and many others.

In the following tutorial we’ll be writing different scenarios and features for a real-world RESTful web-service to demonstrate some of its features.

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Creating Microservices with Bootique

Sunday, September 18th, 2016

When it comes to writing microservices in Java, plenty of tools and frameworks exist. In the following tutorial, I’d like to demonstrate another minimalistic framework called Bootique by implementing a simple microservice exposing its functions either as a RESTful web-service or as a runnable command executed using the command line. (more…)

Mocking HTTP Interaction with Java, JUnit and MockServer

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

When writing tests for our software components sometimes we need to mock external services based on the HTTP protocol, might it be a RESTful web-service, an XML-RPC call or a simple GET request to some web-server.

In the following short tutorial I’d like to demonstrate how to create a mock HTTP server for testing and how to bootstrap and bind it to the life-cycle of a classical build-management tool like Maven.

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