In the previous guides of this series, we have seen how to set up auto deployment and to auto publish documentation. As last step for a transparent project, we want to show the user the reached test coverage.
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Having OpenShift on a local machine can be a pleasure for developers. However, the setup using MS Windows can be hard. This guide helps you to bypass common pitfalls.
This guide shows you how to generate and publish html-documentation for your project automatically in GitLab.
In the first three parts of our series about GitLab-CI we have seen how set up some basic configuration and how to enable auto deployment. But until now our Maven build process always starts with downloading the world. So the log is filled with download information. This guide walks you through the process to enable a cache for a maven build and how to hide download information during the building process by setting maven variables.
Did you ever had the need to sync your git Repository hosted on a Gitlab CE instance to another git repository (doesn’t have to be gitlab)? Here’s a short how to by just using the features offered by Gitlab CE.
In the third post of our series about the GitLabCI, we walk you through the process of creating a spring boot app and deploying it on a linux server.
This guide walks you through the process of selecting jobs with respect to different criteria and creating artifacts for later use.
A small guide that walks you through the process of creating an initial GitLab-Ci configuration with Docker.
If you work as Java-developer in a company, then you normally work together in a team with other developers. This collaboration requires common standards. Today, I would like to write about the challenges of consistent formatting of the source-code from several developers and even from different Java-IDEs.
Some time ago, we had a look at the mocking framework Mockito. Today I want to introduce the competitor JMockit and try to answer the question why and when to use one framework over the other.