Jenkins is the leading open-source continuous integration tool developed by Hudson lab. It is cross-platform and can be used on Windows, Linux, Mac OS and Solaris environments. Jenkins is written in Java.it has taken the place as one of the best open-source tools that allow continuous integration and build management.
A quick summary of this blog post is listed below:
- An overview of the tools chosen for setting up the framework: Maven, JUnit, Selenium and Jenkins, and how they interact.
- Adding all the dependencies and plugins needed for the tools to a Java project
- Creating a Selenium test.
- Integrating the created test into a continuous ecosystem using Jenkins.
Why Jenkins and Selenium?
- Running Selenium tests in Jenkins allows you to run your tests every time your software changes and deploy the software to a new environment when the tests pass.
- Jenkins can schedule your tests to run at specific time.
- You can save the execution history and Test Reports.
- Jenkins supports…