A short while back I started to work with Ruby on Rails. Incredible fun and inspiring. One of the (many) things I like is the distinction Rails creates of the different levels of test scopes. It has separate folders to store unit, functional, integration and performance tests.
Now in Java – and using the Maven default folder layout – you get one folder for storing your production code (
src/main/java) and one for your test code (
src/test/java). That got me to thinking to apply Rails’ way to structure your Java test suite. After a while it can be tricky to organize to test code, so I wanted to give it a shot with Java.
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