The smoketest is configured, so now we will be configuring the suitetest for complete testing of our application.
A few weeks ago, Developers.nl organised a technight about Chrome Dev Tools, presented by Prashant Palikhe. If you are a webdeveloper using Chrome, you are probably already aware of the existence of these tools; if not, you are really missing out on some awesome tools to make your work a lot easier. However, if you are like me, you're only using a small subset of the tools available; this talk presented some of the options I didn't know about yet.
After the integration is done we need to create a smoke-test. This is a simple test to see if everything is working before executing the suite-test
After configuration to release our artifact in nexus, we need to add integration-test to test the functionality of the software
For creating release artifacts and store them in Nexus, we need to create a release profile in our project.
After installation of Maven and Nexus, we need to configure maven to connect to the Nexus Repository Manager
After installing jenkins, we need to configure the GIT plugin and the SonarQube plugin. When this is done we need to create the jenkins job and adding JaCoCo-plugin for unittest-coverage