Spring Boot Testing with JUnit 3 – Domain and Persistence Layers



Hello! Welcome to Springboot + Junit Tutorial
Video 3: Domain and Persistence Layers Reference Link: https://stackabuse.com/guide-to-unit-testing-spring-boot-rest-apis/#addingunittestingdependencies in this video we will create a basic Spring application and use JUnit to test it. Because you're presumably already familiar with writing and running unit tests for specific classes in your application, we'll focus on using Spring Test and Spring Boot to test the interactions between Spring and your code in this video. About Me – For Software Engineering Placement/Interview/Resume Preparation: itsron143@gmail.com Website: https://rounakvyas.me
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LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/itsron143 Welcome to this course on Spring Boot Tutorials for Beginners. Spring Boot is a tool for getting started very quickly with Spring applications. Spring Boot Focuses attention at a single point and Control a large collection of spring-* projects. Spring Boot allows a user to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring Applications and Exposes a lot of useful features by default.

Spring Boot Testing with JUnit 3 – Domain and Persistence Layers

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