In a previous article we went through how to build a chat room web application that used REST and STOMP for communicating between the client and server. In this article I use the very same application and show how to write automated integration tests using the open source Citrus integration test framework.
If you haven’t read the first article don’t worry. A quick summary of all the important bits will be shown shortly below. But before I get to that lets talk a little bit about automated integration testing and citrus.
One of the biggest challenges when testing any application is being able to simulate all endpoints.
|Tags:||citrus, stomp, websocket|
|Categories:||citrus, integration-testing, development|