Jumpstart Testing with Mockito and JUnit5

In this article, we will see JUnit and Mockito in action using 2 Java components, a service class, and a repository class.

We will start by creating the classes and then write tests in different ways to use concepts like, assert, verify, check for thrown exception, ArgumentMatcher, and ArgumentCaptor. At last, we will create cleaner tests by extracting the duplicated code and even use Mockito annotations. We will not focus on having 100% code coverage.