java for tester

Java For Testers

Write tests which help you add value on projects and provide a foundation of Java knowledge you can build on.

The author of book has given tremendous solutions to solve automation testing challenges with the help of java.

  • Introduction
    • Testers use Java differently
    • Exclusions
    • Windows and Mac supported
    • Supporting Source Code
    • About the Author
    • Acknowledgments
  • Chapter One – Basics of Java Revealed
    • Java Example Code
  • Chapter Two – Install the Necessary Software
    • Introduction
    • Do you already have JDK or Maven installed?
    • Install The Java JDK
    • Install Maven
    • Install The IDE
    • Create a Project using the IDE
    • About your new project
    • Add JUnit to the pom.xml file
    • Summary
  • Chapter Three – Writing Your First Java Code
    • My First JUnit Test
    • Prerequisites
    • Create A JUnit Test Class
    • Create a Method
    • Make the method a JUnit test
    • Calculate the sum
    • Assert the value
    • Run the @Test method
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Four – Work with Other Classes
    • Use @Test methods to understand Java
    • Warnings about Integer
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Five – Working with Our Own Classes
    • Context
    • First create an @Test method
    • Write code that doesn’t exist
    • New Requirements
    • Now Refactor
    • Summary
  • Chapter Six – Java Classes Revisited: Constructors, Fields, Getter & Setter Methods
    • Context
    • Constructor
    • Getters and Setters
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Seven – Basics of Java Revisited
    • Comments
    • Statement
    • Packages
    • Java Classes
    • Importing Classes
    • Static Imports
    • Data Types
    • Operators
    • Strings
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Eight – Selections and Decisions
    • Ternary Operators
    • if statement
    • else statement
    • Nested if else
    • switch statement
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Nine – Arrays and For Loop Iteration
    • Arrays
    • Exercises
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Ten – Introducing Collections
    • A Simple Introduction
    • Iterating with while and do...while
    • Interfaces
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Eleven – Introducing Exceptions
    • What is an exception?
    • Catching Exceptions
    • An Exception is an object
    • Catch more than one exception
    • JUnit and Exceptions
    • Throwing an Exception
    • finally
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Twelve – Introducing Inheritance
    • Inheritance
    • Inherit from Interfaces and Abstract Classes
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Thirteen – More About Exceptions
    • Unchecked and Checked Exceptions
    • Difference between Exception, Error and Throwable
    • Create your own Exception class
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Fourteen – JUnit Explored
    • @Test
    • Before & After
    • @Ignore
    • JUnit Assertions
    • Asserting with Hamcrest Matchers and assertThat
    • fail
    • static importing
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Fifteen – Strings Revisited
    • String Summary
    • System.out.println
    • Special character encoding
    • String Concatenation
    • Converting to/from a String
    • Constructors
    • Comparing Strings
    • Manipulating Strings
    • Basic String parsing with split
    • Manipulating strings With StringBuilder
    • Concatenation, .format, or StringBuilder
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Sixteen – Random Data
    • Math.random
    • java.util.random
    • Seeding random numbers
    • Using Random Numbers to generate Random Strings
    • Discussion random data in automation
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Seventeen – Dates and Times
    • currentTimeMillis and nanoTime
    • Date
    • SimpleDateFormat
    • Calendar
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Eighteen – Properties and Property Files
    • Properties Basics
    • Java’s System Properties
    • Working with Property files
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Nineteen – Files
    • Example of reading and writing a file
    • File
    • Writing And Reading Files
    • Additional File Methods
    • Files
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Twenty – Math and BigDecimal
    • BigDecimal
    • Math
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Twenty One – Collections Revisited
    • Set
    • Map
    • Implementations
    • Summary
    • References and Recommended Reading
  • Chapter Twenty Two – Advancing Concepts
    • Interfaces
    • Abstract Classes
    • Generics
    • Logging
    • Enum
    • Regular Expressions
    • Reflection
    • Annotations
    • Design Patterns
    • Concurrency
    • Additional File considerations
    • Summary
  • Chapter Twenty Three – Next Steps
    • Recommended Reading
    • Recommended Videos
    • Recommended Web Sites
    • Next Steps
    • References
  • Appendix – IntelliJ Hints and Tips
    • Shortcut Keys
    • Code Completion
    • Navigating Source Code
    • Running a JUnit Test
    • Loading Project Source
    • Help Menu
    • Summary
  • Appendix – Exercise Answers
    • Chapter Three – My First JUnit Test
    • Chapter Four – Work With Other Classes
    • Chapter Five – Work With Our Own Classes
    • Chapter Six – Java Classes Revisited: Constructors, Fields, Getter & Setter Methods
    • Chapter Eight – Selections and Decisions
    • Chapter Nine – Arrays and For Loop Iteration
    • Chapter Ten – Introducing Collections
    • Chapter Eleven – Introducing Exceptions
    • Chapter Twelve – Introducing Inheritance
    • Chapter Thirteen – More Exceptions
    • Chapter Fourteen – JUnit Explored
    • Chapter Fifteen – Strings Revisited
    • Chapter Sixteen – Random Data
    • Chapter Seventeen – Dates & Times
    • Chapter Eighteen – Properties and Property Files
    • Chapter Nineteen – Files
    • Chapter Twenty – Math and BigDecimal
    • Chapter Twenty One – Collections Revisite

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    February 27, 2017

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    February 27, 2017

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      February 28, 2017

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    February 28, 2017

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    June 16, 2017

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