JUnit 5

JUnit 5 support lands in Eclipse Vert.x for testing asynchronous operations

JUnit 5 support lands in Eclipse Vert.x for testing asynchronous operations

JUnit 5 is a rewrite of the famous Java testing framework that brings new interesting features, including:

  • nested tests,
  • the ability to give a human-readable description of tests and test cases,
  • a modular extension mechanism that is more powerful than the JUnit 4 runner mechanism (@RunWith annotation),
  • conditional test execution,
  • parameterized tests, including from sources such as CSV data,
  • the support of Java 8 lambda expressions in the reworked built-in assertions API,
  • support for running tests previously written for JUnit 4.

Testing asynchronous operations is not straightforward

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