Security concerns emerges naturally in applications because softwares have so many capabilities and we sure don’t want these features to be available to anyone. The important words in the above sentence are features and anyone. Securing an application is often a matter of 2 concepts : identifying who should/should not access the system : aka Authentication.… Read More Testing security in RESTful application with jersey and jbehave
Hi reader, As far as I’m concerned I write tests mostly for one reason : deal with the non-nominal path because in most cases the nominal path is the easier one. They help me dealing with the question “What if the user/client doesn’t provide correct inputs how will my application behave ?“ RESTful applications are… Read More Testing error handling in RESTful application with jersey and jbehave
Hi reader, Me again… In my last post I shared my experience with acceptance test tools. I invested time on looking for simple tool that does the job. I must admit : I didn’t dig deep enough because if I did I wouldn’t have missed the java acceptance tests reference, JBehave to name it. To… Read More My bad, i would rather go for jbehave
Hi everyone, It’s been a while I haven’t written a word. I’ve had a new job and had to catch up with concepts/techniques I wasn’t familiar with. Among them was the use of an acceptance framework on a regular (daily) basis. I won’t talk about the one we use at work (Cucumber ) because it’s… Read More which bdd framework to mark your features “done” ?