Monthly Archives: October 2010

Java Code Coverage: Cobertura vs. Emma vs Clover

The last time I looked for free java code coverage tools, I found EclEmma for Eclipse and Cobertura for automated builds through ant or maven. They’re both good tools, but they come up with slightly different numbers. Maybe I just … Continue reading

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Google’s guava java: the easy parts

Google’s guava is one of the best, most useful all-purpose java libraries to come out in a long time. It’s surprising that it isn’t standard in most projects now. Maybe there’s too much in there. If the functional and concurrency … Continue reading

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How to set up a flex unit test with ant and Hudson

I’ve done a lot of unit testing in java before, but none in actionscript and not really much on front-end code in general, so I thought I’d give it a try. Before I tried anything too tricky, I wanted to … Continue reading

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