Welcome to the Groovy Testing Guide. It contains information of relevance to those writing developer tests or systems and acceptance tests.
- Unit Testing — shows how Groovy may be used to simplify unit testing
- Using Other Testing Frameworks — Examples of integration with a number of Java testing frameworks
- Groovy Mocks
- Integrating TPTP — some hints for using the Eclipse TPTP facilities with Groovy
- Model-based testing using ModelJUnit
- Test Combinations — some hints for using Groovy to assist generate test data in particular all combinations and all pair combinations
- Test Coverage — is a useful measure of the effectiveness of unit tests and can be derived for Groovy tests
- Testing Web Applications — how to use NekoHTML, HtmlUnit, Watij and WebTest to test web applications
- Testing Web Services — how to test Web Services using Groovy directly and in conjunction with WebTest and SoapUI
- Using Testing Frameworks with Groovy — explores testing features of Groovy and some other testing frameworks
If you want to try out CI with groovy in Jenkins - you can kick the tyres at CloudBees
This will setup a CI job (running tests and build, in Jenkins) and deploy the "pet store" app that uses the grails "pet store" demo app (you can use it for free). Prefer to set it up yourself, read here.
Results of your search request can come from various sources: the Groovy website itself,
the JIRA issues, the API documentation, as well as a few other interesting Groovy-related blogs.