Automated testing is a great way to ensure that code being maintained works. The Extreme Programming (XP) methodology relies heavily on it, and practitioners have available to them a range of testing frameworks, most of which work by making direct calls to the code being tested. But what if you want to test a web application? Or what if you simply want to use a web-site as part of a distributed application?
The same techniques used to test web sites can be used to test and develop servlets without a servlet container using ServletUnit, included in the download.
|20 May 2008||HttpUnit 1.7 released|
|2 Apr 2008||Open Tracker items patches/bug incorporated|
|26 Nov 2006||Switched to subversion repository|
|27 Mar 2006||HttpUnit 1.6.2 released|
|6 Mar 2005||HttpUnit 1.6.1 released|
|3 Oct 2004||HttpUnit 1.6 released|
|21 Aug 2003||HttpUnit 1.5.4 released|
|16 May 2003||New web site format created|
|4 Apr 2003||HttpUnit 1.5.3 released|