Scala Test-Driven Development Training


             TDD, or test-driven development, is a means for making high-quality applications with a lesser timeframe as long as you use its usual methods when operating the tool. Here, you will learn step-by-step procedures to perfectly do these methods as well as learn the principles of TDD in order to create the perfect Scala codes meant for your application.


You will also learn how to use the ScalaTest API, along with creating a refactor code for your quality apps. You will also learn BDD, which means Behavior driven development to learn how to add functional tests to your existing sets of tests.




  • Learn the importance and basics of TDD
  • Learn how to apply BDD for your apps
  • Refactoring tests for API building for better test results.
  • Leveraging the Scala Testing Modules such as ScalaTest
  • Write test fixtures for BDD.
  • Divide these tests in order to let them run in various scenarios.
  • Learn the benefits of refactoring to understand how it can affect your program’s final product.
  • Understand the basics of mocking and stubbing using Scala for efficient usage.





  • Hello, TDD!
  • First Test-Driven Application
  • Clean Code Using ScalaTest
  • Refactor Mercilessly
  • Another Level of testing
  • Mock Objects and Stubs
  • Property Based Testing
  • Scala TDD with Specs2
  • Miscellaneous and Emerging Trends in Scala TDD


 Scala Test-Driven Development Training

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