Tag: java

  1. Continuous integration for Spring Boot app using Codeship + Openshift

    I have already talked about CI using pair Codeship + Openshift and I like such combination. Recently, I have started a new project based on spring boot and faced an issue, that Openshift does not provide an out-of-box pattern to run Spring Boot application. Spring boot application could be built in…

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  2. Mocking method with wildcard generic return type

    There are several cases where construction when().thenReturn is not suitable during Unit tests. One of then generic return type. I have faced such issue, let's take a look. There is a method in interface declaration: public interface FooInterface { public Iterable<? extends SomeClass> getList(); ... } Implementation looks like this:…

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  3. Fast continuous integration for developer (Grails + Openshift)

    Let's talk a little bit about introducing of continuous integration (CI) to a fresh project. Of course, I will talk about small projects where a developer has to find a solution of infrastructure problems by himself and in best case solution should be free. At big projects, you can find…

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  4. Interview task: 2 level cache

    Some months ago I have passed one technical interview and the main aspect of this interview was a practical task: implement 2 level cache. I have heard before about this task but never do it. Task is not so simple as it is considered to be at first glance, so…

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  5. Scope in switch expression

    Switch expression is not very often used in everyday practice of a Java developer. So, I suppose, knowledge about this construction isn't so deep as for 'if-else' or 'for'. At least, mine... :) I have faced one interesting case and want to share it with you. Let's take a look oat…

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  6. Mocking of callback function via Mockito

    I suppose, the first case every developer learn in Mockito is mocking methods with a return value. Construction when().thenReturn() covers 80% of all case in a code I suppose. Next thing what developers learn in Mockito is mocking of void method. doAnswer().when() usually used for this purpose. But…

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