Java's most ubiquitous library got an update! This talk...
- shows you how to write tests with JUnit 5
- walks you through the changes compared to JUnit 4
- expands on nested, parameterized, parallel and other kinds of tests
- tells you how to build your own JUnit 5 extensions
- presents the new architecture
- discusses compatibility with previous JUnit versions, IDEs, and other testing tools
Be careful, though: You might end up with an urge to start using it right away.
Here's the current version of the slides.
I also embedded them below. If they're focussed, you can navigate with arrow keys or swipes (they're two-dimensional, with chapters on the horizontal axis and chapter content layed out vertically). Use Page Up/Down for linearized order and ? for more shortcuts.
I gave this talk a few times before. See below for links to slides (as they were at that very event), videos, and other information.