In the previous post I mentioned that the plug-in performs integration of the existing tools with NetBeans IDE. But what does it mean really?
The list of supported features includes the following:
Create test suite with NetBeans wizard
Configure the test suite
Add different types of tests to test suite with corresponding NetBeans wizards
Bind a test with an application
An old adage states that it's better one time to see than one hundred times to hear.
JavaOne 2007 Conference gave us an opportunity to verify it.
We participated in a number of related events and demonstrated there our tools. I'd like to mention here some of these events.
Technical Session (TS-5906) -
Building a Java ME Test Suite in 15 Minutes
JavaOne Pavilion (POD 970) -
Test More, Port for...
The following software is required to ensure that the plug-in works properly and should be downloaded and installed:
Java SE Development Kit (JDK) 6.0
NetBeans IDE 5.5
Apache Ant version 1.6.5 or later
Jini Network Technology Starter Kit v2.1
You can use different Java ME emulators. We tested this plug-in module with the following products:
Java Platform, Micro...
For a long time, testing of Java ME platforms and testing of Java ME applications were quite different areas. The developer community considered platform testing as something that exists far from them and is not applicable to their work.
It's similar to the Formula 1 auto-racing championship. A lot of major car manufacturers such as Mersedes-Benz, BMW, Renault, Toyota, Honda participate in this...