Jenkins is a very neat tool to implement a continuous delivery process, mainly due to its flexibility. Sometimes it can be hard though to keep complexity low, and when that happens, (automated) tests become far more important. Jenkins should in fact be running tests that verify the scripts running tests, proving they actually work. Warning: this dog will chase its … Lees verder Jenkins shared libraries: tested
How hard can it be to get up and running with a Gradle project and getting it analyzed with SonarQube locally? The ingredients are: SonarQube (formerly Sonar) is an open source platform for continuous inspection of code quality. Gradle is an open source build automation system. Docker allows you to package an application with all of its dependencies into a … Lees verder 3 Steps For Analyzing a Gradle Project With SonarQube Using Docker
What if you want to develop Grails 3 projects with Eclipse Mars (4.5) as easy as you did with Groovy/Grails Tool Suite or previous Eclipse versions? Written and tested with Eclipse Mars.1 Release (4.5.1, build 20150924-1200) and Grails 3.1.0 M1.
I’ve been using Maven for almost all projects I’ve worked on since the release of version 2.0 in 2005. Its dependency management, release plugin and “convention over configuration” approach were definite improvements compared to Ant and most of the issues I’ve encountered had to do with third-party plugins. Since that time several other build tools have come into existence. How … Lees verder State of the build