AssertJ

Fluent assertions for java

// unique entry point to get access to all assertThat methods and utility methods (e.g. entry)
import static org.assertj.core.api.Assertions.*;

// in the following examples, fellowshipOfTheRing is a List of TolkienCharacter

// basic assertions
assertThat(frodo.getName()).isEqualTo("Frodo");
assertThat(frodo).isNotEqualTo(sauron)
                 .isIn(fellowshipOfTheRing);

// String specific assertions
assertThat(frodo.getName()).startsWith("Fro")
                           .endsWith("do")
                           .isEqualToIgnoringCase("frodo");

// collection specific assertions
assertThat(fellowshipOfTheRing).hasSize(9)
                               .contains(frodo, sam)
                               .doesNotContain(sauron);

// Java 8 exception assertion                               
assertThatThrownBy(() -> { throw new Exception("boom!") }).isInstanceOf(Exception.class)
                                                          .hasMessageContaining("boom");

// Java 8 BDD style exception assertion                               
Throwable thrown = catchThrowable(() -> { throw new Exception("boom!") });

assertThat(thrown).isInstanceOf(Exception.class)
                  .hasMessageContaining("boom");


// using extracting magical feature to check fellowshipOfTheRing characters name :)
assertThat(fellowshipOfTheRing).extracting("name")
                               .contains("Boromir", "Gandalf", "Frodo", "Legolas")
                               .doesNotContain("Sauron", "Elrond");

// Extracting with Java 8 love (type safe)
assertThat(fellowshipOfTheRing).extracting(TolkienCharacter::getName)
                               .contains("Boromir", "Gandalf", "Frodo", "Legolas")
                               .doesNotContain("Sauron", "Elrond");

// Extracting multiple values at once (using tuple to group them)
assertThat(fellowshipOfTheRing).extracting("name", "age", "race.name")
                               .contains(tuple("Boromir", 37, "Man"),
                                         tuple("Sam", 38, "Hobbit"),
                                         tuple("Legolas", 1000, "Elf"));

// filter collection before assertion
assertThat(fellowshipOfTheRing).filteredOn("race", HOBBIT)
                               .containsOnly(sam, frodo, pippin, merry);


// filter collection with Java 8 Predicate
assertThat(fellowshipOfTheRing).filteredOn(character -> character.getName().contains("o"))
                               .containsOnly(aragorn, frodo, legolas, boromir);

// combining filtering and extraction (yes we can)
assertThat(fellowshipOfTheRing).filteredOn(character -> character.getName().contains("o"))
                               .containsOnly(aragorn, frodo, legolas, boromir)
                               .extracting(character -> character.getRace().getName())
                               .contains("Hobbit", "Elf", "Man");

// and many more assertions : map, dates (java 7 and java 8), file, numbers, optional ...

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AssertJ is IDE friendly, use code completion to discover assertions :


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Javadoc assertion contains helping examples, e.g. containsOnlyDigits


Rich and easy to use

AssertJ provides a rich set of assertions, truly-helpful error messages, it improves test code readability and has been designed to be super easy to use within your favorite IDE.

Get started right away with the one minute starting guide, have a look at some AssertJ great features or stay tune with the latest releases.

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Extensible

You can easily write assertions for your own classes, it will make your test assertions reflect the domain, it's a way to use ubiquitous language in your tests !

We provide an assertion generator to quickly create assertions for your domain model classes.

Community driven

AssertJ only exists to help the dev community, we listen to users ideas to provide the most useful assertions.

AssertJ is a fork of the great Fest Assert library which is no more active these days.

AssertJ will remain open and free forever.


AssertJ provides assertions for popular libraries

Guava

Provides assertions for Guava types like Multimap, Table, Optional or ByteSource.

Check AssertJ Guava assertions latest news and documentation.

Joda Time

Provides assertions for Joda Time like DateTime and LocalDateTime. More will come later, contributions are very welcome !

Check AssertJ Joda Time assertions latest news and documentation.

Neo4J

Provides assertions for Neo4J

Check AssertJ Neo4J assertions latest news and documentation.

Neo4J assertions have been developed by Florent Biville.