I’m happy to announce that the Test-Driven Java Development book wrote by Alex Garcia and me has just been published by Packt Publishing. It was a long, demanding, but very rewarding journey that resulted in a very comprehensive hands-on material for all Java developers interested in learning or improving their TDD skills.
If you liked my articles on this subject I am sure that you’ll find this book very useful. It contains extensive tutorials, guidelines and exercises for all Java developers eager to learn how to successfully apply TDD practices.
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In this article we’ll develop a back-end solution that can be used with any front-end (Web, mobiles…). In the next article we’ll extend on this example and work on the front-end using AngularJS, JQuery and Bootstrap CSS.
The goal of the application is to be able to administer books. In particular, we’ll develop the back-end solution for that application that should be able to: