When building a desktop application, the target audience usually expects an executable to when launching it. If the application is written in Java you have the options to create a batch file to launch […]
Growl is a notification system for Mac OS X and “Growl lets Mac OS X applications unintrusively tell you when things happen”. The about page shows an example of what Growl looks like. If […]
Since november 2010 you may create test user accounts on Facebook for your application, so that you may test your application without creating dummy accounts and possibly break the Facebook EULA. The test users […]
I had a junit test situation where I wanted to mock an Eclipse IResource instance but still be able to test a call-back implementation given as parameter to the mocked IResource.accept(IResourceVisitor visit) method. By default, mocking an interface gives you “call count” and expected return values but no code is executed. In order to test the implementation of IResourceVisitor, something more had to be done. Here is how I did it.