Posts tagged with "restfuse"

Nov 7th, 2012

A Software Craftsman’s Toolbox: Lightweight Java libraries that make life easier.

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As a software developer you will use plenty of frameworks during your career. There are the big beasts like Spring, ActiveMQ or OSGi that you have to master in order to build the foundations of your applications. And then, there are the small frameworks. Let’s call them lightweight tools. Like a carpenter, the lightweight tools [...]

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Sep 11th, 2012

Running HTTP/REST Integration tests in an Eclipse Tycho Build

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Editor’s note: the Restfuse tool is no longer maintained and has been archived. However, you can still access the sources on GitHub. A few days ago my fellow Frank wrote about running HTTP/REST Integration Tests efficiently in Eclipse. Today I want to show you how to embed those tests in a headless build using Eclipse [...]

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Sep 10th, 2012

restfuse 1.1.1 released

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Editor’s note: This project is no longer maintained and has been archived. However, you can still access the sources on GitHub. It has been almost a year since the last restfuse news. In the meantime restfuse was adopted by a lot of individuals and companies.┬áSince the last release the development continued on github and made [...]

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Jan 17th, 2012

Continuous Integration Tests for REST APIs with Maven, Jetty and restfuse

Editor’s note: The Restfuse project is no longer maintained and has been archived. However, you can still access the sources on GitHub. As you might know from previous posts, most of my work time has something to do with the development of REST based systems. The systems we develop are mostly written in Java. To [...]

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Nov 14th, 2011

Introducing restfuse – a JUnit Extension to test REST APIs

Editor’s note: This project is no longer maintained and has been archived. However, you can still access the sources on GitHub. For several projects at EclipseSource we are creating REST APIs. I’m involved in most of them and there is one thing that bothers me with every project. That is, testing. I mean, of course [...]

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