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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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Unit And Integration Test Reports For Maven Projects In SonarQube


Since SonarQube 4.2. the test report isn’t generated by the Sonar Maven Plugin during a Maven build (see SonarQube’s blog post) . Therefore, the test report has to be generated by another plugin before Sonar Maven Plugin collects the information for the SonarQube server. Here, Jacoco Maven Plugin can help. It has the possibility to generate test report that are ...

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What SonarQube Is NOT


The age when SonarQube was not very popular has passed a lot time ago. Nowadays is considered the de-facto tool for…. Wait a minute! What the heck is SonarQube? I’ve been asked several times to help people install and configure SonarQube but I’m very surprised that most of them have a not very realistic idea of what is SonarQube. Things are ...

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SonarQube As An Education Platform


I’ve been using SonarQube [1] platform for more than four years. I remember the time when it was making its first baby steps as a code quality management tool. It looked more like a system that was integrated with various third-party static analysis tools (like PMD, FindBugs etc.) and provided a few but important code quality metrics. Many things changed over the ...

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Creating Sonarqube Projects


Sonarqube (nee Sonar) is da bomb. It’s not something you have to check daily but if you’re serious about quality you’ll check it during sprint planning if not weekly. Check out a sample project at nemo.sonarqube.com, e.g., OpenJPA, to get an idea of what information is available. You might want to focus on a specific component at first, e.g., OpenJPA ...

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To SonarQube or not to SonarQube?


This is the first question that a team leader, s/w director, customer, developer, architect, tester or whatever role exists in a development team should ask. It’s not yet another question about using another “quality tool”. You already have plenty of them installed. This is not a simple question to see how much you care about test coverage or to find ...

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