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.
Java, Web and Mobile
Author: Jan Hauer
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.
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.
Not only the weather outside brought Spring to us. In the first round of the first conference day, Stéphane Nicoll as one of the main contributors presented the news around the next major Spring Framework Release.