Beyond the Mockito Refcard

A series of articles about Mockito framework extending content of my Mockito Refcard published in July 2012 by DZone.

#1 – Better error messages on NPE with globally configured SmartNull
#2 – Convenient mocking beans in the Spring context with Springockito
#3 – mockito-core vs. mockito-all in Maven/Gradle-based projects
#4 – Changing a default returned value for unstubbed methods

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  1. Being a Mockito fan, I am looking forward to more Mockito goodness.

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  7. Ramesh says:

    For normal java project(No build tools) What mockito jar we can use? If we use any 2.x jar getting classNotFound errors. Can u suggest which jar have to use?

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