[Udemy] Git, Bitbucket, Jenkins in Java Selenium Cucumber Framework

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What you’ll learn

  • After taking the course, the students will know how to integrate git into existing project, how to create git repository in Bitbucket and push the project from IDEA IntelliJ into this repository, how to work with git and how to setup Jenkins in Docker container and run Java Selenium Cucumber Framework pulled from Bitbucket git repository via Jenkins job

Requirements

  • no special knowledge, we will learn all the tools during the course

Description

This course is related to two another courses about Java Selenium Cucumber Framework:

Java Selenium Cucumber Framework Part 1 (free course) , Java Selenium Cucumber Framework Part 2 (paid course), details about these courses are in Lecture 2 which is a free preview.

Anyway, it is not necessary to finish both courses before this course.

As a part of this course it is attached the framework (which was created in two courses mentioned above), so you need to do just basic environment setup on your PC, which is explained in free course Java Selenium Cucumber Framework Part 1.

In “Git, Bitbucket, Jenkins in Java Selenium Cucumber Framework” course, you will learn how to:

– setup git on your PC

– integrate git into existing project (Java Selenium Cucumber Framework) in IDEA IntelliJ

– create account and git repository in Bitbucket

– push your project (Java Selenium Cucumber Framework) into git Bitbucket repository

– work with git in IDEA IntelliJ and in Bitbucket repository (create branch – local and remote, pull from master, merge from master to branch, push to branch, create pull request, merge to master)

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– run Jenkins as Docker container

– create Jenkins slave from Docker host PC

– create Jenkins job which will pull Java Selenium Cucumber Framework from Bitbucket git repository, run the tests on Jenkins slave and display detailed Cucumber reports

Who this course is for:

  • Everybody, who desires to learn how to integrate Git, Bitbucket and Jenkins to existing projects, especially integtare it with Java Selenium Cucumber Framework
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