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[aspectj-users] Unit test your aspects: AOP@Work article on IBM developerWorks
- From: Nick Lesiecki <ndlesiecki@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 6 Nov 2005 21:57:03 -0800
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IBM developerWorks has published my article "Unit test your aspects".
This article is a part
of the peer-reviewed AOP@Work series.
In this article, I tackle unit testing aspect oriented programs, and
argue that far from being difficult to test, aspects offer new
opportunities to build confidence in crosscutting behavior. From the
"In this article, I introduce a catalog of techniques for testing
crosscutting behavior implemented with aspects. I focus on unit tests
for aspects, but I also present other patterns that can help you to
build confidence in your aspect-oriented applications. As you'll
quickly discover, testing aspects involves many of the same skills
and concepts as testing objects, with many of the same practical and
As series lead and author, I welcome commentary from the community
regarding this articles and the series as a whole.
Read the article :
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