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Chapter 15. Testing JSF applications

The first 90% of the code accounts for the first 10% of the development time. The remaining 10% of the code accounts for the other 90% of the development time.

Tom Cargill

This chapter covers

  • The problems of testing JSF applications
  • Mock solution of the problems
  • JSF unit/integration testing using JSFUnit
  • JSF performance testing with JSFUnit

The Cactus framework we introduced in chapter 14 is great for testing most of the Java EE specifications. On a daily basis, the majority of Java developers write Java EE applications, all of which are based on the Java EE spec.

In this chapter we take a closer look at the newest member of the Java EE spec—the JavaServer Faces (JSF) technology. It’s a standard specification ...

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