Unit testing is a type of software testing where individual software units and components are tested to validate whether each code unit is performing as intended. While in most software development companies Quality Assurance Engineers write integration tests, regression tests, system tests, user acceptance tests, etc. during the software testing phase of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), unit tests are written by the software during the software development stage.
This blog post will help you understand how we can implement the producer–consumer pattern using a thread-safe queue and wait/notify methods that belong to the Java Object class. To follow this tutorial, you need to have a basic knowledge of threads in Java, as well as any version of Java installed on your machine.