Tag Archives: JUnit

Unit Testing in AEM (thinking loud)


Unit testing is an art – an art that doesn’t need to be confined to boundaries drawn decades back. AEM has made unit testing even more tough with its evolution and people are still trying to find the best fit aka what will work for them.

This article tries to explain some of my thoughts and what ways i would like to tackle unit testing in AEM and it’s not traditional in any ways.

I dont think there is one right way of doing it and this is just a beginning….

Unit Testing Framework: EAMSteps


EAMSteps is a framework that makes Unit Testing easier because of its following principles: – External data store for test data like excel spreadsheet – Automated assertions using co-related inputs and outputs – Minimal lines of code to get started It all started in 2009, when I decided that in long term I would need […]
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Unit Testing: EAMSteps


EAMSteps is a framework that makes Unit Testing easier because of its following principles:
– External data store for test data like excel spreadsheet
– Automated assertions using co-related inputs and outputs
– Minimal lines of code to get started

It all started in 2009, when I decided that in long term I would need to have a framework in place that will help me meet my objectives and I started to look for any existing tools. When I did not find any framework that would help me, I decided that it was time to write one and here after 2 years I have something breathing

TestNG or JUnit


For many years now, I have always found myself going back to TestNG whenever it comes to doing Unit Testing with Java Code. Everytime, I picked up TestNG, people have asked me why do I go over to TestNG especially with JUnit is provided by the default development environment like Eclipse or Maven. Continuing the […]
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