February 16th, 2012: new example project added
A new example has been added to the MockCentral documentation which includes step-by-step instructions for enhancing the sample project presented in the Large scale application development and MVP article from the Google Web Toolkit site.
MockCentral is an easy-to-use, fully-featured set of tools that provides a convenient and effective approach to java software testing using mock objects. It enables you to create and access libraries of mock objects defined in xml files external to the testing code, allowing for cleaner test cases and easy mock object organization and reuse. In addition, building mock object definitions with the MockCentralEditor Eclipse plugin makes defining and setting up mocks quick and effortless. MockCentral is an open source project freely distributed under the Gnu General Public License.
The latest MockCentral releases are: MockCentralServer version 2.0.0, MockCentralEditor-Core version 2.0.0 and MockCentral Eclipse Plug-in version 2.0.0. See the news page or the release notes accompanying the downloadable files on sourceforge.net for details.