The growing popularity of BDD (Behavior Driven Development) makes that more and more developers decide to use Spock Framework for their tests. If you haven't had a chance to familiarize yourself with this testing framework yet, I encourage you to do so, because in some respects it is much better than the standard JUnit 5. Perhaps these differences will make Spock perfect for your needs. In this article, I will focus only on the configuration aspect of the maven and Spock project in several variants - minimal, with the unmodified name of the test classes and the Spock configuration for SpringBoot.
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