Using Maven checkstyle in your project to help adhere to coding standards

Coding standards are something both automating testers and developers should adhere to. Pretty obvious right?┬áMaybe not that obvious might be┬ásome of the rules you should follow when writing the code for your tests. Checkstyle is here to help in standardizing your code, so that you can get an early feedback regarding code improvements (earlier than… Read More

Import the testing dependencies

The central and most essential part of a Maven project is its’ pom.xml file. Among other information (like the project’s defining artifactID and groupID), it stores the list of dependencies your project has and the plugins the project will use. Dependencies that are declared within the pom.xml file will be downloaded from the Maven repository… Read More