After teaching a number of Sonatype’s Maven training courses, I’ve come away with an appreciation for how much knowledge attendees bring to the table and how it can affect the class. I wanted to take some time to talk about each class: Who are these classes designed for? What do they have to offer the [...]
Welcome to the weekly roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to. Christian Kaltepoth’s Blog: Google Analytics and Maven Project Sites “I recently looked for a way to integrate the Google Analytics tracking code into the project site of my current spare time project Criteria4JPA. I’m using [...]
The first time I configured Maven to authenticate against a protected repository manager, I was somewhat disturbed by presence of unencrypted passwords in my home directory. While many of us have grown accustomed to leaving a few unencrypted passwords here or there in a production system, it just didn’t seem appropriate to leave a password [...]
In the third part of this series I will talk about how integration tests (and unit tests) are done on Flexmojos. If you haven’t been following along, you should read the first and second posts of this series.
By Patrick Lightbody Part one Part two Part three Additional Tuning for Nexus + Selenium There are a few other miscellaneous tricks we did with this project that are worth sharing, most of which are visible in the SeleniumTest source code and the corresponding SeleniumJUnitRunner, which is used by any test case extending SeleniumTest. In there [...]