Mocking Without Interfaces [Screencast]

There is a common misconception about mandatory interfaces for easy unit testing and mocking. This myth causes a lot of plumbing in Java EE projects. This screencast shows how to mock classes directly--without any interfaces:

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I use Mockite since 1 year now and I am very happy with it. Unfortunately Mockito cannot mock final classes and methods. Powermock is supposed to be able to mock final classes and methods but I did not try it out yet so I do not know if it has any additional drawbacks.

Posted by Christian on July 27, 2012 at 12:00 PM CEST #

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