Java Tools for Extreme Programming: Mastering Open Source Tools Including Ant, JUnit, and Cactus (Paperback)
Richard Hightower, Nicholas Lesiecki
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Learn how to use the hottest new Java open source tools for eXtreme
eXtreme Programming (XP) is a new development methodology for building software systems quickly without sacrificing quality. New Java open source tools have appeared recently that help with the most time-consuming and difficult part of the XP process-testing, integration, and deployment. Java Tools for eXtreme Programming is the first complete guide to using those tools for XP. Throughout the book, author Richard Hightower uses a sample application to demonstrate how each Java tool is used. For each tool, he provides a concise description of key concepts, plenty of code examples, and directions for setting up scripts for automating the development step in which the tool is used. The book also features a detailed reference to each of the major tools, complete with coding examples.
* XP is the most popular new development methodology
* A practical, code-intensive guide to the tools that enterprise Java developers need when using the XP methodology to build applications
Companion Web site features sample code, XP software tool updates, and links to useful XP sites.
Table of Contents
PART I: INTRODUCTION AND KEY CONCEPTS.
Introduction to Extreme Programming.
J2EE Deployment Concepts.
PART II: MASTERING THE TOOLS.
Continuous Integration with Ant.
Building Java Applications with Ant.
Building J2EE Applications with Ant.
Unit Testing with JUnit.
Testing Container Services with Cactus.
Functional Testing with HttpUnit.
Measuring Application Performance with JMeter.
Load Testing with JUnitPerf.
PART III: API AND TAG REFERENCE.
Ant Tag Reference.
Ant API Reference.
JUnit API Reference.
Cactus API Reference.
HttpUnit API Reference.