1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 31, 2011 9:08 AM by gimbal2

    Java EE: Tips to speed up development wanted!

      I'm programming Java EE. Our web server is Jetty. I build my .wars using Maven. I run Jetty locally on my development PC and I've learned to use hot deploy to speed up the process somewhat. But it still takes 24 seconds to recompile and re-initialize the Spring Webroot Context. Is it possible to use TestNG or JUnit to just run a small test without re-initializing the Spring Webroot Context in order to speed up the build-test-re-build-cycle?
        • 1. Re: Java EE: Tips to speed up development wanted!
          Well since in a unit test you test something small, you shouldn't need the entire Spring context to be able to run tests. Perhaps you'll need to manually inject some required objects which would normally be initialized by Spring. But in the end it depends greatly on your application design, so there is no clear yes or no answer. Start small and pick one piece of business logic in your application, then see if you can create some tests around it without too much effort.