This chapter covered the advanced Mockito framework topics such as working with void methods, throwing exception from void methods, writing callbacks for void methods, returning value using
doReturn, void method chaining, and calling original method. It also covered Mockito annotations, verifying arguments using argument captor, verifying an invocation order, spying objects using spy, changing default Mockito settings, resetting mock objects, inline stubbing, and mock details.
By now, you should be able to use advanced Mockito features.
The next chapter in line, Behavior-driven Development with Mockito, covers the BDD concepts, scenarios, test conventions, and examples of BDD with Mockito.