Jenkins is one of the earliest and still one of the most-used continuous integration and continuous delivery (CICD) servers. It has lots of competition these days, but still has a robust community and a wide range of plugins (1,400 when I last checked). Even if you wind up using a different automation server, it is worth understanding how to use Jenkins: The underlying concepts of CICD don’t change much from one implementation to another, even though the vendors do tend … Read the rest
September 12th, 2017No Comments, Development Tools, Java App Dev, Open Source, others, Programing, Testing and Debugging, by admin.
The JUnit testing framework for Java has just moved to version 5. Unlike previous releases, JUnit 5 features modules from several subprojects, including:
- Platform, for launching testing frameworks on the JVM and defining the TestEngine API via a command line.
- Jupiter, for programming and extension models for writing tests and extensions and then (via plugins) building them within JUnit, Gradle, or Maven.
- Vintage, for running JUnit 3 and 4 tests on the JUnit 5 platform.
In Jupiter, a developer … Read the rest
July 31st, 2017No Comments, IDG Insider, Java App Dev, Java Web Development, Node.js, others, Programing, Scripting and JVM Languages, Testing and Debugging, by admin.