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February 16, 2009


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Also see http://www.jmock.org/gwt.html

Marco Magdy

Thank you so much! this was driving me bananas!


Instead of mocking your widget, You could considere the gwt-test-utils framework which enable you to run your GWT client-side code in a standalone JVM.

It runs very fast in comparaison of GWTTestCase and you're not restricted to use the GWT classes white list ! For example, you can use reflection in your test to get private field within your custom widget if necessary, use EasyMock or Mockito, etc !

More information here : http://code.google.com/p/gwt-test-utils/

Daniel Wellman

@Gael - This is an impressive project, thanks for sharing!

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