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Continuous Stress Testing for your JAX-RS (and JavaEE) applications with Gatling + Gradle + Jenkins Pipeline

In this post I am going to explain how to use Gatling project to write stress tests for your JAX-RS Java EE endpoints, and how to integrate them with Gradle and Jenkins Pipeline, so instead of having a simple stress tests, what you have is a continuous stress testing, where each commit might fire these kind of tests automatically, providing automatic assertions and more important graphical ...

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3 Steps For Analyzing a Gradle Project With SonarQube Using Docker

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 ...

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Easy Database Manipulation with Groovy and Gradle

Groovy:  The “Enterprise Hipster” Language Not everyone sees the Java programming language as sexy.  However, the Java virtual machine is a dominant force everywhere, from the most conservative enterprise to the most whimsical startup.  There are myriad alternative languages today that compile to Java bytecode.  There are JVM-based versions of Python, Ruby, and multiple implementations of JavaScript.  There are entirely new ...

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Java EE, Gradle and Integration Tests

In the last years Apache Maven has become the de-facto build tool for Java and Java EE  projects. But from two years back Gradle is gaining more and more users. Following my previous post ( http://www.lordofthejars.com/2015/10/gradle-and-java-ee.html), In this post you are going to see how to use Gradle  for writing integration tests for Java EE using Arquillian. Gradle is a ...

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Integration testing with Gradle

Unit testing works automatically using Gradle, but if you would like to have a separate set of integration tests you need to do a small exercise. Actually they don’t have to be integration tests at all. This guide shows you how to configure Gradle to use any kind of tests and run them independently from others. I will use Scala ...

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Getting Started With Gradle: Integration Testing

Because the standard project layout of a Java project defines only one test directory (src/test), we have no standard way to add integration tests to our Gradle build. If we want to use the standard project layout, we can add integration tests to our Gradle build by using one of the following options:       We can add our ...

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