Archive for the ‘unit testing’ Category
I have 2 news for you today.
- Today we successfully released Zend Studio for Eclipse. My contribution to it, beyond PDT commitments, is Sebastian Bergmann‘s PHPUnit testing framework integration plug-in, File Network support, Organize Includes and other parts of Refactoring engine, Code Coverage browser… well, it seems that’s it. Maybe several additional, but minor things. Enjoy, guys. This is really a great (and some say – the best) PHP IDE.
- Occasionally, these are my last days at Zend Technologies. Since next week I’m starting at Nielsen Online (BuzzMetrics) to do text-mining. If you ask why, the answer is simple – I got bored of Zend, where I spent last 6.5 years of my life, and wanted to do something really new and exciting. I hope it will work 🙂 For now I’m planning to stay an Eclipse committer and continue to help my brothers at Zend to move on.
Recently I’ve discovered a new “framework” which simplifies dependency injections in Java 5. It’s called Guice.
Well, what can I say. It indeed has sence. But what I’m wandering of is you need a framework for this thing. In PHP you can solve the problem in exactly x lines. And certainly don’t perform at lectures to explain the concept. 🙂
Just wrote the subject related article here.
The article explains the concept of editor caret position based Unit Testing of editor links and code completion in PDT.