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Michel Schudel has been a passionate Java developer since 1998, building various Java solutions for banks, insurance companies and telecom providers. Since then he has seen the good, the bad and the ugly in Java land. He loves agile development and coding with micro and meso frameworks like SpringBoot and SparkJava to get up-and-running as fast as possible. Futhermore, he likes to coach junior developers in Core Java. Michel is currently working for Dutch Railways in the Netherlands.

Blog: http://www.craftsmen.nl/

track.7 Modern Web

No-frills REST API testing with REST-Assured


As the number of REST based services in our application landscape grows, we better make sure they are tested really well! Component-Testing REST API's (that is, testing the REST API against a fully deployed artifact) can be a bit of a pain, however, using existing solutions like SoapUI, PostMan, or Cucumber.

Enter REST-Assured, a library that makes testing REST APIs fun and easy!

On my current project, we are now using REST-Assured to do REST testing. REST-assured uses a concise, 100% Java DSL (with some Groovy underneath), to test against REST APIs. Using this library really cleaned up our existing tests and sped up the process of writing new REST tests!

In this tools-in-action session, I will give a REST-Assured demo to test the REST interface of an existing REST service (written in Spring Boot), including request and response specification re-use and handling authentication. I will also show how you can integrate REST-Assured in Spring and SpringBoot integration tests.

track.1 Methodology & Culture

What I learned from Iranian Culture

Ignite Sessions

Some time ago I lived in Iran for 6 months. Iranian culture has some crazy quirks that, at first encounter, will make your head spin, frustrate you to no end, and pleasantly surprise you, sometimes all at once!

In this 5-minute ignite session, I will share with you some of the things I encountered during my stay there, what lessons I learned, and what I took back to my home country of The Netherlands.

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