Deep Dive VS console-captor

Compare Deep Dive vs console-captor and see what are their differences.

Deep Dive

Fluent assertions library for Java (by jdlib)


🎯 ConsoleCaptor captures console output for unit testing purposes (by Hakky54)
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Deep Dive console-captor
1 0
6 12
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6.4 5.2
3 months ago 5 months ago
Java Java
Apache 2.0 license, Gnu Public License v3 Apache License 2.0
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Deep Dive

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Posts with mentions or reviews of console-captor. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing Deep Dive and console-captor you can also consider the following projects:

Java Faker - Brings the popular ruby faker gem to Java

LogCaptor - 🎯 LogCaptor captures log entries for unit testing purposes

jqwik - Property-Based Testing on the JUnit Platform

AssertJ - AssertJ is a library providing easy to use rich typed assertions

Composer - Library for composability of interdependent non-blocking I/O tasks

XMLUnit - XMLUnit for Java 2.x