Jenkins Continuous Integration Tutorial
Submitted by harrydev on Sun, 01/17/2016 - 09:21
In previous article, we have seen executing testng.xml from jenkins, Now we will publish the TestNG results using Jenkins TestNG Plugin. This plug-in allows us to publish TestNG results generated using org.testng.reporters.XMLReporter. It helps us see a summary of passed/fail tests as well as passed/fail configuration methods.
Submitted by harrydev on Sun, 01/17/2016 - 05:51
Submitted by harrydev on Sun, 01/03/2016 - 10:33
In previous article we have seen about 'Jenkins' and what all Jenkins can do with its advantages.
Installing Jenkins is very simple, you can just get started by a single command line. That's it. You can access it with URL 'localhost:8080' . Let us see how to do that in below 5 steps. Before proceeding to install Jenkins, Jenkins requires Java 7 or above to function and Java8 is recommended as system requirement to run Jenkins.
Submitted by harrydev on Sun, 01/03/2016 - 00:53
Jenkins is an leading open source continuous integration server built with Java. It is used to build and test software projects continuously making it easier to integrate changes to the project. It provides 985 plugins to support building and testing virtually any project.
Below are the advantages of Jenkins :
1. Its an open source tool with great community support.
Submitted by harrydev on Thu, 12/31/2015 - 08:49
Continuous Integration (CI) is a practice that requires developers to integrate their code into a shared repository frequently at least daily, which leads to multiple integrations per day by different developers. Each commit made by the developers are then verified by an automated build, which detects problems early and communicate the team members.