JDave 1.0 / 1.1 RC1
JDave project is a behavior-driven development framework that provides an easy way to specify the behavior of your Java classes.
Behavior Driven Development (BDD) is a refinement for Test Driven Development (TDD). It is not a radical change from TDD, in fact the actual process of doing BDD is exactly same as in TDD. The vocabulary is just different. While it is possible to practice BDD with any unit testing tool, it is believed that this change should be reflected in used tools too.
JDave is a BDD framework for Java. It is inspired by rspec and integrates JMock 2 as mocking framework. It currently uses JUnit adapter to launch JDave specifications. This way it is possible to have IDE and build tool support from day one.
What's New in 1.0 Stable Release:
· Containment support for java.util.Map.
· Mocking support for final classes/methods, see also unfinalizing in jdave. Mocking support to create dummies.
· Wicket components can be selected using selectFirst(...).which(...).from(...) (or selectAll). JMock 2.4, Hamcrest 1.1, and JUnit 4.4. 'must' can be used instead of 'should' or 'does'.
· A Wicket Selenium module for Wicket development.
· Scala as less verbose syntax (see StackSpec.scala).
· Better IDE support for String comparisons.
What's New in 1.1 RC1 Development Release:
· Scala support was improved by better JMock syntax and integrated ScalaCheck property verification.
· The jdave-wicket-selenium module was improved.
· All reported bugs were fixed.